England skipper Emily Scarratt said they are targeting the Rugby World Cup later this year following the Six Nations Grand Slam success.
The red rose team went on to beat France 12-24 in the final round as they went on to win the Six Nations title for the fourth consecutive time.
Sarah Bern scored a double while Abbie Ward also touched down for Simon Middleton's side with Scarratt, who was leading the side in the absence of Sarah Hunter also kicking three conversions and a penalty goal to steer the red rose team to a victory for the 23rd consecutive game.
"We've been fortunate enough to have a couple of these now but it means so much every time we get the chance to do it," said the 32-year-old.
"I thought in the first half we were really in control but then France came back.
"Our forwards were unbelievable, they got through so much work, they were phenomenal.
"You always want to keep that momentum when you've got it. Now this is ticked off, we'll definitely celebrate it but obviously the World Cup is a big one and we're so excited for it."