England head coach has taken a cheeky swipe at the All Blacks.

Jones was appearing on Sky Sport‘s The Breakdown when he was asked by former All Black Mils Muliaina for his view on the New Zealand Super Rugby teams.

Never short of a quip or two, Jones left the studio in hysterics when he responded: “Ah, just so many good young players. I don’t know how you do it there.

“[Actually] I do. Because you’ve got three of the biggest academies in the world. Fiji, Samoa and Tonga.”

It's a cheeky dig, pointing to New Zealand rugby's tendency to poach talent from the Pacific Islands and select them for the All Blacks when they become eligible.

It is a thorny subject because of the way it depletes the talent pool available to respective national sides and Jones wasn't going to let the chance pass him by.