Wales lock Robert Sidoli has set his sights on achieving a second 'Grand Slam' of 2005.
Sidoli, who started all five games as Mike Ruddock's men clinched the RBS 6 Nations earlier this year, knows he and his colleagues will have their work cut out when they face New Zealand, South Africa and Australia this autumn.
But the 26-year-old, who made his international debut against the Springboks in 2002, is relishing the prospect of a full-strength Wales side taking on three of the world's finest teams in the space of four weeks this November.
''It's been a tough year but we now have a fresh challenge and a new adventure ahead of us. We have a chance for another Grand Slam of sorts,'' Sidoli told Wales on Sunday.
''This time we're going for a southern hemisphere Grand Slam which is a very exciting challenge to be a part of. It will be a massive task but there's plenty of confidence within the Wales squad right now.
''We will have the boys back from the Lions and we will go out there to try and reproduce the form we showed last season.
''There is definitely some magic in the air with Wales at the moment. The Welsh squad is a great place to be right now and that's why there's so much competition to be a part of it.''