The Official Online RBS 6 Nations Store is open. The store has everything you need to get behind your team during the RBS 6 Nations, plus the store is now fully stocked with a much wider range of rugby merchandise.
Kidney’s troops face a daunting trip to the Stade de France on February 13 – one of just two games on the road this year – in what could be a defining fixture in their bid to make history.
No team has won two Grand Slams in a row since the Five Nations became the Six Nations in 2000 but O’Driscoll insists not even France will stop them becoming the first.
“You hope it will be your time again, you get selfish after attaining a goal, you get a taste for it,” said O’Driscoll, speaking at Tuesday's RBS 6 Nations launch at the Hurlingham Club.
“But it doesn’t mean your ambition isn’t still there – in fact it’s heightened.
“We know you don’t retain anything in this tournament. You give it back and try to win it again and that is exactly the way we are looking at it.
“If you are better than France this year you won’t be far away for they are strong. Marc Lievremont has changed the team a huge amount and they were very strong against South Africa.
“Back-to-back Grand Slams is all new ground to me I just go with the flow. But as a team we won’t look at things any differently and we won’t treat it any differently.”