Danny Cipriani has revealed that he would like to be remembered as a winner when he calls time on his career.
The 26-year-old broke onto the international scene in 2008 after a series of promising displays for Wasps, but he initially failed to live up to his full potential due to injuries and off-the-field incidents.
However, the Sale Sharks fly-half is adamant that he is now fully focused on rugby and is determined to become a winner at the highest level.
Cipriani told the Daily Mail: "Being part of a team that wins big competitions. I had a taste of that at a young age with Wasps and sometimes it felt it was just happening to me and wasn't something I had to work for every day.
"I want to get back to winning. Sport is about winning things."
When asked if he wanted to be part of a winning World Cup squad, he added: "I would absolutely love to part of something like that."
Cipriani has made eight caps for England since making his debut in 2008.