France centre Yannick Jauzion has urged his team-mates to maintain their focus ahead of tomorrow night's game against Wales as they bid to continue their march to the Six Nations title.
After defeating Scotland 18-9 at Murrayfield in the opening round and claiming a 33-10 win in a highly impressive display against last year's Grand Slam winners Ireland last time out, Marc Lievremont's troops are favourites for the title and are chasing a third successive win.
Despite their impressive run, Jauzion knows they will have to give an even more polished performance at the Millennium Stadium tomorrow.
"The match against Ireland was full of solidarity and determination," said the Toulouse centre.
"We knew how to step up our rhythm with regards to the Scotland game. We took it up a notch but we will have to do that again against Wales because it will be even more difficult.
"What's important is to work with continuity.
"It's not enough to be good just one time."