Eddie Jones was left wishing Twickenham had been packed full of fans to see England's gutsy Six Nations win over France.
The hosts ended France's dreams of a first Grand Slam since 2010 as Maro Itoje's late try secured a hard-earned 23-20 victory on Saturday.
It was a fine response from the Red Rose after disappointing losses to Scotland and Wales either side of a routine win over Italy.
But head coach Jones wanted to share in the glory with England's supporters, with coronavirus restrictions depriving them of the opportunity to witness a fine performance first-hand.
"I just wish there were 82,000 fans here," Jones told ITV, having seen his side fight back from Antoine Dupont's try after just 65 seconds.
"It was a good, tough game of rugby with good fight from both teams and a bit of drama at the end.
"Since the Scotland game we have played with a lot of fight and energy.
"We thought France would come out hard early. They haven't had a game for a while and they were fresh. We had to be with them at half-time - that was our big job.
"We thought we would get them in the second half and we did.
"We've felt since the autumn we have to change our game a bit because the laws are moving to make the game faster.
"Our plan is to go to the 2023 World Cup as a good set-piece team and a team that can move."
England conclude their 2021 Six Nations campaign in Dublin next weekend.