All Blacks first-five Beauden Barrett says he's happy to relinquish goal kicking duties to Richie Mo'unga, after his woes with the boot earlier this season.
After a barren display with the boot against South Africa in Wellington last month, Barrett's kicking had come under heavy fire, before putting in two perfect displays against Argentina and South Africa respectively.
However, late in the second half of last week's win over South Africa in Pretoria, Barrett allowed Mo'unga to take up the kicking responsibilities, going on to ace the match winning shot at goal under pressure.
Speaking to Radio Sport, Barrett said that he's happy to allow another kicker to step up, if and when the situation arises.
"It's something that I learnt in the Wellington test, and something I hadn't done before," Barrett said.
"On occasions where I perhaps may not be feeling good about my kicking I can easily hand over the tee.
"It's important that everyone's prepared. By all means the number 10 doesn't have to do the job. It could be a front rower. It's something we're pretty fixated with in New Zealand rugby, it doesn't have to be whoever's at flyhalf doing that job.
"So what I'm saying is that it could vary."