Andy Farrell has turned down the opportunity to join new England rugby union coach Stuart Lancaster's backroom staff.
Farrell, currently the head coach of Saracens, had proved a big hit working with Lancaster and Graham Rowntree during the Six Nations - with England defying the odds to finish as runners-up after registering wins over Scotland, Italy, France and Wales.
However, the secondment was never meant to be permanent - and although Lancaster has been appointed head coach on a fulltime basis, Farrell will remain at Saracens.
Farrell told the club's official site: "It has been a special privilege for me to be involved in the Saracens coaching staff for the past two-and-half seasons.
"We have made decent progress during this period but, in truth, as a club, we have barely scratched the surface of our potential.
"The job isn't anywhere near half done, and I have decided I want to help finish the job."