Despite losing both Test matches and the series against the Springboks, England captain Chris Robshaw is upbeat about the third Test in Port Elizabeth.
England fought their way back into the second Test against the Boks after South Africa were in complete dominance in the first half, but left themselves too much work to do.
"We are obviously very disappointed but credit to the South African side to win the series," Robshaw told the media. "They came out all guns blazing and we gave ourselves too much to do. Just after half-time we were down by an 18-point deficit and that is a long way to come back.
"Credit to all the boys to come back and win the second-half but unfortunately it was too little, too late. It has been a massive experience and one everyone has, not enjoyed, but had a challenge with.
"It is one everyone has bought into. This is what it is about, playing in front of 60,000 people in a hostile environment. That is something we all enjoy and hopefully next week we can go one step better."
The Harlequins flank believes his team have what it takes to pick up a win in the final Test and end the tour on a high.
"If we add a couple of little bits to our game, hopefully it will improve massively," he said. "Throughout the Six Nations and last week our defence was spot on but yesterday [Saturday] it wasn't quite there. These are things we are going to have to work on.
"The scrum was vastly improved from last week and our maul was very good and we challenged them with the kicks. Unfortunately we couldn't do them last week.
"It is about taking all these little areas and improving them. Before the tour we really believed we could come over here and win the series. Unfortunately that has not been the case but hopefully we can get a consolation next week."