Wales second-row Brent Cockbain has paid tribute to the team spirit in the Welsh camp ahead of this weekend's visit to Murrayfield.
Wales will take on the Scots without injured skipper Gareth Thomas, who broke his thumb against France, while hooker Mefin Davies and replacement scrum-half Gareth Cooper are major doubts, but Cockbain believes that Welsh momentum is unlikely to be jolted.
"The side is really comfortable with each other at the moment," added Cockbain.
"We are a very tight unit, and not much fazes us, which I think showed against France.
"We went behind right from the start but we didn't lose our cool and we just stuck to our guns.
'' We knew no-one else was going to get us out of trouble apart from ourselves, so we just knuckled down and did the job."
Mako Vunipola may be his rival for a starting spot in England's front row but Joe Marler is ecstatic to have his fellow loosehead back in the international fold - claiming it will spur him on to even greater heights.