Wing sensation Shane Williams admits he is revelling in the attacking rugby Wales hope will sweep them to RBS 6 Nations glory.
Williams helped Wales to a crushing 38-8 victory over Italy at the Stadio Flaminio on Saturday, maintaining his prolific strike rate at international level with his 23rd try in 26 Test appearances.
But the score was just a small part of his contribution to the victory with the little Neath-Swansea Ospreys star bringing the crowd to their feet on a host of occasions with some mesmerising running.
The 27-year-old pins his current form on the attacking philosophy of coach Mike Ruddock.
"We have the potential to be a great team. We have the making of a fantastic side with a lot of youngsters coming through that have looked very good in training," he said.
"I'm just glad I'm involved in this squad at the moment. There are some world-class players alongside me and I'm privileged to be in the same team. We all enjoy playing the same type of rugby."
The one-sided destruction of Italy has put Wales firmly on the scent of title glory - and Williams revealed the seeds of their challenge were sown during November.
"We went so close to taking a major scalp during the autumn internationals. We lost to New Zealand by a point and South Africa by two points," he said.
"We played so well during those games but were left feeling very disappointed because we hadn't come away with the victory. We've remembered that feeling and that's what is driving us during the Six Nations."
A trip to Paris where the defending Grand Slam champions lie in wait is the next Six Nations assignment in two weeks, but Williams is bullish about his side's chances of continuing their winning streak.
"France are going to be a difficult team to beat, but they'll have to be at their best to defeat us as well," he said.
"We'll analyse them over the next two weeks, see what their strengths are and take it from there."
Italy Under-20s held off a late Samoa blitz to retain their place in the World Rugby U20 Championship on Saturday and head coach Alessandro Troncon believes the experience will have served as a valuable lesson for his young troops.