France scrum-half Pierre Mignoni is taking nothing for granted as Les Bleus turn their attention to the World Cup this autumn.
Mignoni was one of the players of the RBS 6 Nations, his constant sniping and quick use of the ball giving France's attacking play plenty of momentum.
He was rested for the only game Les Bleus lost in the tournament - the 26-18 defeat to England at Twickenham in the fourth round of matches, a result that cost them the chance of a Grand Slam.
The Clermont-Auvergne star was brought back into the side for the Scotland clash, and excelled for the fourth game running.
The modest Mignoni, who is training to be a fireman in his spare time, nonetheless reckons he has plenty to do before securing his spot in France's 30-man World Cup party.
'Nothing is definite,' he said. 'There are still plenty of matches to play for and to win for Clermont first.
'We aren't sure of qualifying for the semi-finals of the Top 14. For the French team, it will depend on my performances for my club.'
France team manager Jo Maso, meanwhile, has been singing the praises of Lionel Beauxis, Mignoni's half-back partner in the 49-16 win over Scotland.
The 21-year-old was drafted into the France team shortly before the game following the withdrawal of Stade Francais team-mate David Skrela through injury.
Beauxis did not disappoint in his first start for his country, kicking 16 points and directing play with the maturity of a veteran.
It has left France's coaching staff with some thinking to do, with Skrela and Beauxis seriously pressing their claims for World Cup calls in a position the country have had problems with over the past few years.
Frederic Michalak, injured for the tournament, is the regular starting number 10, but the mercurial Toulouse fly-half could now have competition for his place.
'Lionel would not have made the tournament if Fred had been here,' said Maso.
'After everything that has happened, he (Beauxis) played really well on Saturday.
'Now, he has provoked a lot of talk between the coaching staff, a lot of positive talk.'