Wales have been urged to 'keep the momentum going' after discovering a winning formula as the red-hot package of this season's RBS 6 Nations Championship.
A Welsh win against Scotland on Sunday - they have only achieved victory once in 20 years at Murrayfield - would leave them 80 minutes away from possible Grand Slam glory when Millennium Stadium visitors Ireland come calling next Saturday.
And it all represents a remarkable turnaround for a country that had only won three of its last 15 Six Nations games before this season, including an embarrassing championship whitewash in 2003.
But a first Grand Slam since 1978 is now firmly on the Welsh agenda, and prop Gethin Jenkins admits it all adds up to a considerable transformation.
"It has been a massive turnaround from where we've been in the last few years," said the Cardiff Blues loosehead.
"Most of the games in my international career, we had lost, so it's nice to turn around and win three on the trot.
"You always believe that things are going to turn around, and when they do, you want to keep that momentum going.
"We know what it is like to have been on the receiving end of a couple of hidings, and it is a much better feeling when you are on the other side," he added.
"There are a lot of factors, but we have all worked extremely hard, both as a management group and as a group of players."
Jenkins though, has urged a degree of caution prior to Sunday's encounter, and the statistics support his theory.
It will be the 30th post-war meeting between Scotland and Wales at Murrayfield, with the Scots winning 17 times and Wales recording 11 victories, while a gripping 2001 encounter ended 28-28.
"I think that Scotland are very under-rated. They played well against France in their first Six Nations match, and kept them out of the game for long periods," Jenkins added.
"Their lineout is one of the best in the world, and their scrum is also very powerful.
"To be able to play a quick, wide game we need a good set-piece. We know that if our set-piece game isn't on top or at least gaining parity, then we are going to struggle to give the backs good ball.''
England flanker James Haskell insists he will be pushing as hard as possible to be back from a toe injury in time to make his case for a spot in Eddie Jones' side looking to defend their RBS 6 Nations title next year.