"Talking to Eddie, I know he and England are very excited about this game, and we are, too", Hansen said on Monday.
'So I think the referees are doing a great job.
Meanwhile New Zealand coach Steve Hansen refused to rise to the media's bait and stoke up the rivalry ahead of Saturday's much-anticipated clash - the first time England will play New Zealand in four years.
"So you'll probably find people that are close to those players and family that might support it, then you'd have others with a different view on players jumping into a national team from another country so quickly".
England head coach Eddie Jones says flanker Tom Curry is "highly unlikely" to be passed fit to face the All Blacks at Twickenham this weekend.
England claimed that Manu Tuilagi and Courtney Lawes were both fit and available for selection after missing the 12-11 win against South Africa with groin and back injuries respectively.
"The bottom line is, we talk and our wives talk".
"I think you've got to be careful with the word "experimenting", Hansen said. And he's still doing the same job. You are going to do it at some stage, you know that if I stay long enough, and one day you will be happy.
"He's got a tremendous work ethic, Eddie; he does a lot of homework and through that he will have identified some areas he'll want to try to target", Hansen said.
"Does that give him any better idea how to beat us than anyone else?"
Territory is a big part of the way they play and their kicking game allows them to do that so we are going to have to have good plans around how we defuse that and we will go from there.
New Zealand go into the game on the back of a 69-31 win over Japan in Tokyo last Saturday with a side featuring eight debutants. Obviously. It wouldn't matter if he were bullish or not.
Playing the Wallabies, Springboks and Pumas so often in the Rugby Championship, and enjoying sustained success against these teams, can create mental challenges when attempting to inspire the same motivation.