Saturday saw the Red Rose suffer their fifth straight Test defeat and surrender the series to South Africa, with a 23-12 loss in Bloemfontein following on from the 42-39 reverse at Ellis Park.
With England finishing in their worst position in the Six Nations for years and losing three successive games in the north hemisphere showpiece, they were looking to bounce back against the Springboks, but promising positions in both games have been squandered.
Questions have been raised over Jones' future but he is not too bothered and just focused on getting things right on the pitch.
"It's about being loyal to your principles, and making sure you have good communication with your players," he told BBC Sport. "The reality is the things that made you successful will make you successful again.
"I'm not worried about [my future], I'm just worried about coaching the team well and making sure the team keeps improving.
"That's my job and that's what I love doing. I'll keep doing it to the best of my ability."