Up next for Scott Johnson’s men is a visit from Wales, themselves having recovered from defeat in their first game against Ireland by winning on trips to both France and Italy.
But Wales’ record points scorer Jenkins knows that his side face a fight on their hands at Murrayfield, especially in containing the likes of wings Sean Maitland and Tim Visser and full-back Stuart Hogg who have all caught the eye so far this tournament.
“I think when we play them, any turnovers, they are looking to put ball through hand,” Jenkins told the Western Telegraph.
“They’ve got a very good back three and their backs in general seem to be playing pretty well.
“I think the most important thing is, you’ve got to enjoy your football and back yourself and it looks like they are doing that.
“And with Dean’s [Ryan] involvement with the forwards, they seem to be doing that as well.”