Wing wizard Shane Williams is ready to weave his magic at Murrayfield and leave Wales' RBS 6 Nations opponents Scotland spellbound.
Wales have put the emphasis on all-out attack this season and Williams has vowed to 'go looking for work' with Mike Ruddock's Grand Slam-chasing team once again displaying a try-hungry appetite.
''As far as the rugby we are playing is concerned, it's the kind I enjoy,'' said the Neath-Swansea Ospreys wing, whose impressive Test match strike-rate reads 23 tries in 28 Wales appearances.
''It means that I have got a freer role - the more I get my hands on the ball, the more chances I've got of making something happen.
''I don't like playing these games where I just stay on the wing and let my fingers freeze off. It's not the way I play, and it's certainly not the way Wales are playing at the moment and I am very grateful for that.
''I will go looking for work, as I've done throughout this season and everyone else will be doing the same. Mike (Ruddock) knows that I don't like just to play off one position.
''At times, we have played some great rugby and that is due to the fact the boys aren't afraid to do it. You play better when you are relaxed, confident and enjoying yourself.''
A Welsh win - 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.
Williams, however, has urged a degree of caution.
''I know a lot of people who are going up to Scotland expect us to win and at the end of the day it's going to be a battle, but a different challenge from what we've faced so far in this Six Nations,'' he added.
''Scotland are going to be very forward-orientated. They've got a good set-piece game, and we are going to be tested there. We have got to nullify that if we want to play some rugby ourselves.