We know we are going to have to put in a bit of work on that this week and I think it's an awesome challenge for us as a back unit to see how we go in that department.
"The bottom line is, we talk and our wives talk".
Kicking in open play was a key feature of England's tactics against South Africa last weekend when Eddie Jones' team came away with a 12-11 victory and Smith accepts the All Blacks will have to be on their guard against England live on Sky Sports.
"The only people that don't understand what it's like to be a head coach of an global team are the people who have never been one", Hansen said.
He added: "There's a lot of pressure there, all the time, whether you're winning or losing".
"And the expectations when you coach a top side like England are, you're expected to win, and play well". It comes just in a different wrapper. So he's not too bothered by it.
"He's got a fantastic future ahead of him", Borthwick said.
"So, I think the referees are doing a great job. It's disappointing but whenever there's an injury it is an opportunity for you as a player to improve and get better". "They obviously have a very good league and maybe our stuff is not shown on telly there".
"He's had some success against New Zealand in the past, but hopefully he doesn't get any on Saturday", Hansen said of Jones. "It was physical, it's probably not the style of rugby we're used to but they're extremely good at what they did". They won 18 in a row, only one other side in the world has ever done that.