Graham Henry has revealed some of his strategy for winning the Rugby World Cup.
Henry says the All Blacks will spend more time looking back at the history of the World Cup, something they didn't do in 2007.
He says they need to improve 15 per cent on where they were at last year.
Henry says there will be no wholesale resting during the Tri-Nations, but the back-ups to Dan Carter and Richie McCaw will be given opportunities to start.
He says players like McCaw, Colin Slade, Isaia Toeava, Israel Dagg, Daniel Braid and Tony Woodcock will have to play some ITM Cup.
- NEWSTALK ZB