Video: Wales is the biggest game of our season - Simon Zebo
Simon Zebo is enjoying his best time in the green jersey and views the clash against Wales at the Millennium Stadium as the biggest on the Irish calendar.
Warren Gatland's side have recovered from their second half collapse against England to beat Scotland and France to rekindle their Six Nations ambitions and the Corkman is expecting a huge challenge.
"Wales on their day can beat anyone. They're an unbelievably dangerous side and that will be massive focus for us now," he said.
"This is the biggest game of our season and we've got to prepare as best we can .
"We've just got to focus on Wales, if you get too far ahead of yourself you'll slip up, we're just focused on preparation now and trying to recover and regroup."
Reflecting on Sunday's war of attrition against England, Simon Zebo singled out two moments of brilliance from Conor Murray and Connacht's which led to the only try of the game.
"It was an unbelievable score," he added
"(Robbie) called for that ball and he was clever enough to know that the advantage was there and Murro with a touch of class again but it right on the money,
"Two quality pieces of play from to quality players."