The Ireland attack coach says more accuracy is needed.
Ireland attack coach Mike Catt says they’re working hard to rectify their bluntness in attack.
Andy Farrell's side have managed just two tries in their opening two games of the 2021 Six Nations, the fewest in the competition thus far.
There's been calls for a change of personnel and approach ahead of Saturday’s trip to Italy.
But Catt says it's about increasing their accuracy in the final third:
Meanwhile the French Rugby Federation insist they will not be asking to postpone Sunday's Six Nations game with Scotland.
11 players, including captain Charles Ollivon, and four members of their coaching team have tested positive for coronavirus.
A further round of testing is due to take place today.
Six Nations organisers say they'll make a decision regarding the fixture game tomorrow.
But French rugby vice-president Serge Simon is adamant the game will go ahead as planned.