Wales captain Mark Taylor believes there is still room for improvement before the clash with Canada despite Saturday's emphatic 77-3 victory over USA Eagles in Hartford.
RBS 6 Nations winners Wales now head for Toronto, where they play Canada on the last leg of their North American tour on Saturday, brimming with confidence following their 11-try demolition of the Eagles.
The triumph capped a memorable day for Taylor, who retained his unbeaten run as skipper on the day he became the 15th player in Welsh rugby history to win 50 caps.
However Taylor feels Wales must brush up on certain areas before facing what he believes will be the tougher challenge posed by the Canucks.
"We made a few errors in both defence and attack so there are a few different areas we will need to look at this week," he said.
"We will also pay attention to discipline because we put ourselves under pressure by conceded too many penalties.
"But all in all we are all very pleased with how things went. Conditions were extremely hot yet the teams went out there and did a very professional job. We wanted to make a good start and build from there and that's exactly what we did.
"We are aiming to produce an open and exciting brand of rugby so we tried to make the most of such a wide pitch. We looked to stretch America and open space and there was great handling among the backs.
''The most positive aspect was that the new guys who came on just slipped straight into the pattern of play.
"In fairness to America, this was probably a very difficult game for them.
"They travelled back from Japan on the week of the game and are not on the same level in professionalism as us. But they competed right to the end even after the game was beyond them."
The game was virtually over after just 20 minutes when Wales hit the Eagles with a stunning opening spell that saw Ceri Sweeney, Craig Morgan, Nicky Robinson and Kevin Morgan all go over for tries.
Lock Jonathan Thomas and wing Rhys Williams both scored before half-time as Wales went into the break with an emphatic 42-3 lead.
Colin Charvis then scored a brace of tries either side of Mike Phillips' solo effort before new caps Tal Selley and Richie Pugh stepped off the bench to score their first tries in international rugby.
Coach Mike Ruddock said: "As well as scoring so many great tries, we were also delighted to only concede one penalty. Our defence was committed, right up to the very end even though the game was won."
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