England coach Eddie Jones

Jones takes aim at World Rugby

England ended Grand Slam winners Wales' run of 14 consecutive victories with a 33-19 triumph at Twickenham on Sunday.

Tries from Billy Vunipola, Joe Cokanasiga and Luke Cowan-Dickie and a perfect kicking display from stand-in captain George Ford prevented a strong Wales side from replacing New Zealand at the top of the rankings.

It was events in Perth a day earlier that Jones was more keen to discuss, taking aim at the governing body for Jerome Garces' dismissal of All Black Barrett.

Carling given England role

Carling, 52, skippered England 59 times between 1988 and 1996, winning three Grand Slams, four Five Nations championships and reaching the 1991 Rugby World Cup final.

And Jones has revealed he has long been in communication with Carling, a "specialist in leadership", as he hopes to improve his squad ahead of next year's World Cup.

"I have met Will continuously over the last two years and I think he can add value to the senior players in the squad with his experience," Jones said.

Jones can reinvent himself ahead of World Cup

England have lost six out of nine games this year, including a 2-1 series defeat to South Africa in June.

They also finished fifth in the Six Nations, which they entered as champions.

"I would never underestimate his ability to turn things around, very, very quickly. He's been around for a long time, and knows how to reinvent himself and tweak things within a team," World Cup winner Eales told the BBC.

England's slump has come as a shock after an fine run since Jones' appointment in 2015, which included 18 consecutive test wins and two Six Nations titles.