"To win in Murrayfield and score this number of points is a huge achievement. None of our squad, apart from Gareth Llewellyn, had won in Edinburgh before so that tells you what a challenge we faced.
"We started the way we finished against France in Paris. I thought we played some superb rugby at times with great continuity work between our forwards and backs. We found space to attack and scored some great tries.
"The danger signs were there before the break when they were camped on our line but I thought our defence held up well to repel that attack.
"I don't know what Matt Williams (Scotland's Coach) said to them at half-time but I'm just glad he didn't say it before the match. We also didn't help ourselves with the number of penalties we gave away and that helped them to keep their hands on the ball."
Wales only have six days before facing Ireland at the Millennium Stadium for what could be an historic match for Welsh rugby with the Grand Slam, Triple Crown and RBS Six Nations title all up for grabs.
"We put a programme together at the start of the Championship that would enable us to be as competitive as possible for the final game," said Ruddock. "There will be a big emphasis on recovery over the next few days before we start going through all the homework we have done on Ireland.
"We know that people in Wales are going to be excited about this game coming up and that is great. But we have to try and stay away from that this week."