Kerry: Why we're not satisfied yet

GB women's team

Women's head coach Danny Kerry is rightly pleased to make it through to the quarter finals with four wins out of four - but the team are certainly not satisfied just by making the last eight.

Kerry's side earned a 2-0 win over Japan in their most recent match, and while he was not completely happy with the performance, maintaining the 100% record was important.

He said after the match, "I don't think any of us would be satisfied with the performance, one or two players had to play well. Laura Unsworth played well, played a mature game and Hollie Webb also in a screen line, Maddie also made some important saves but I don't think anyone will be happy with the team performance.

"However, we've kept a clean sheet, won the game and not played that well. So looking at the big picture, we've won four group games, we're definitely in the top two in the pool so if you'd offered us that we'd have taken it every day. Today we had to create our own energy and tempo but we didn't do that."

Asked if he had been keeping an eye on developments in the other pool, he said, "The honest answer, we deliberately haven't looked at other results. The players learned their lesson in a tournament a few years back not to tune in to other teams. As a staff we will now because we're definitely in the top two so we can predict a little bit more. We're in a good position that we can scout knowing a bit better, but we feel we can match anyone, like we did against Argentina and Australia."

We now face USA on Saturday evening in a game that will decide who wins the group, and Danny commented, "USA play a high tempo game, I look forward to those exciting games."

The game takes place at 10pm Saturday UK time, and is due to be live on BBC4 as well as online.