The England coach is out of contract after steering his side to the World Cup final. But despite the backing of his players and the RFL, he is refusing to reveal his plans. England second rower Whitehead said: “Hopefully Wayne will stay on but we don’t know when he will decide. “We can compete with the best and we proved that. “The Aussies were on their last legs in that last 10 minutes and just waiting for that final whistle. “They all came up and congratulated us on a great World Cup.
He said: "I am really proud of them, it was somewhere near State of Origin standard with the Intensity of it. "It was pretty good stuff. We just did not execute a couple of things but that has been Achilles heel all tournament. "The scoreboard says we lost but what did we lose. Effort, intensity, both teams had good shape, lots of options, that's what makes sport great. "It's a pity someone had to lose. But I am not going to try to lift them - they all have to deal with it."
The England centre looked odds on to either score or set up a try for one of two supporting team-mates. But a desperate lunge saw Kangaroos star Josh Dugan get a finger tip to Watkins’ boot and it was enough to bring him down. Australia then successfully scrambled for their lives to make sure the 65th-minute chance was the last threat to their title. It was a gut-wrenching end to this epic final, England’s first in 22 years and one of the greatest finals in the tournament’s history.
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