"People think we just hoof the ball up the pitch." Conor Murray knows the box kick can frustrate rugby spectators, but the Munster scrum half is a big fan.
His boot was responsible for many of the 44 aerial bombardments Ireland launched against England on their way to a 19-9 win in the Six Nations.
Ross Lindsay sat down with Murray to discuss the tactic which is having an increasingly important role in the sport. Ireland's number nine says he weights up a raft of elements before deciding to box kick.