Warren Gatland is busy preparing his Wales squad to tour South Africa
Jordan Williams is hoping to emulate hero Shane Williams this summer after being selected for Wales' tour of South Africa.
The Scarlets wing scored two tries for the Probables in the 55-7 rout against the Possibles at the Liberty Stadium at the weekend which secured him a place in Warren Gatland's 32-man squad.
And despite being uncapped by the 2013 RBS 6 Nations champions, 20-year-old Williams has grand ambitions ahead of the two Tests against the Springboks.
Wales legend Shane Williams scored one of the finest tries of his career the last time Wales toured South Africa in 2008 and his namesake remembers it fondly.
"I remember in 2008 when Shane took Habana on the outside and, hopefully, I can do the same this time around," he told Wales Online.
"Shane succeeded as a smaller player for numerous years, didn't he? You look at him and obviously I'm a similar type of player to him. People always look at me and think I'm too small.
"I've had those comments over the years and I've just cracked on with my rugby - hopefully I've proved them wrong.
"I hope to stake a claim for the Test jersey. I hope my size can work to my advantage.
"I've put a bit of weight on from last year and hopefully going to South Africa with it will help me take on their big guns."
Several players, including Sam Warburton, Leigh Halfpenny, Scott Williams, Richard Hibbard and Justin Tipuric will miss the tour because of injury.
But lock Alun-Wyn Jones will captain the touring party which includes four uncapped players - Matthew Morgan, Steven Shingler, Gareth Davies and Jordan Williams.
"You can only pick on what you see," said Gatland. "Selection is a matter of opinion, and I have been through that in the last year or so where people have disagreed with me, and I know how tough it is."
The RBS 6 Nations Championship 2015 was not poised to go down as one of the more "vintage" Championships, though there was great anticipation as the action headed into its final day. What transpired was something that nobody could foresee: "The Greatest Day in Rugby's Greatest Championship."