Gareth Thomas plans on adding many more tries to his Welsh tally after finally ending Ieuan Evans's reign as record holder.
The 29-year-old's 34th try in the 44-10 victory over Italy in the RBS 6 Nations clash in Cardiff took him one clear of the wing great.
But Thomas insisted afterwards that he intended carrying on as Wales look to the future with new coach Mike Ruddock taking over the reins from Steve Hansen.
"It was great to get the record, I will have a chat about it with Ieuan when I see him," said Thomas of his second-half effort in the six-try rout.
"When I got the ball it was just a case of putting my head down and going for it. Nobody was going to stop me.
"Hopefully there are more tries to come. I am going to carry on. I am really enjoying my rugby now and just love being around the bunch of guys we have got in the squad at the moment.
"When we lost in Italy 12 months ago there was a very sombre mood. But even back then the players knew that the potential was there.
"I am just proud of the way the players have stuck together through the bad times and now we can enjoy what has been a good win for us."
The victory was only Wales' third in 14 championship matches under Hansen who is returning home to New Zealand at the end of his two-year spell to take up a coaching post with the All Blacks.
But Thomas believes Wales have come a long way under Hansen and is confident the progress can continue when Ruddock assumes control in the next few weeks.
"It's always a bit difficult when a new coach comes in but I really like Mike as a person and he will know and have worked with most of the squad already," added Thomas.
"We know what he is about before he comes in and hopefully that will help. He will be inheriting a very professional group of players. We just have to give Mike a bit of time to get into the job."