That would leave Gareth Thomas, the only player to rack up a century of appearances, above him in the pecking order.
But while writing his name into the record books provides plenty of motivation for the 33-year-old to stay at top of his game, he is taking nothing for granted.
He said: "I am conscious of the record because people keep reminding me. But you have to keep focused on each game because I know if I don't perform this could be my 98th cap, but also my last.
"So I don't try to look too far ahead. The physicality of the international game is tougher than it has ever been, which means you take nothing for granted.
"But I have been very fortunate with my career. I have enjoyed things and worked with some great people.
"There is plenty to drive me on. I enjoy things as much as ever, and I still have goals in my head and what I want to achieve.
"I am fortunate that I come in and work in an environment that I love, which is as good as it gets."