Wales suffered defeats to England and Ireland, prompting suggestions some senior players should be rested for the Springboks series - but Jones is not thinking that far ahead.
"I've got rugby to do here [the Ospreys] first," he said.
"I've got to make sure I'm fit here, that I can do the job here. I'm not looking forward to the summer.
"Hopefully we can get through the play-offs. But like I said at the weekend it's a dangerous thing, you end up playing a lot of rugby and you go out there potentially tired.
"But then you stop for four weeks, it's a lot harder to get going.
"We'll see what happens but ultimately my focus is here for the next few weeks."