Jones's exploits might just stop the stereotyping of the big line-jumping No.5. "Perhaps people don't perceive second-rows as scorers but once you get into the psyche of scoring then suddenly the chances start coming," he said. "Now I just want to get my hands on the ball as much as possible, give me the ball and I'll go forward.
"It just shows the type of open and expansive rugby that we're trying to play that a second-row has scored that many tries. I've probably used up my quota for my career, but I've enjoyed every one. We're trying to play a fast-tempo and wide game so I've being doing my best Shane Williams impression by hanging around for the scoring passes," he joked.
Jones is also looking forward to playing alongside regional club mate Ian Evans against Fiji. "We've played alongside each other for a few years now; Wales U21s and the Ospreys Academy and now with the Ospreys regional side.
"He's such a talented player. He's probably one of the biggest second rows around in the World Cup but has great mobility, the sort of speed that you would never normally associate with a guy of his size.
"He's got an interesting temperament and loves getting stuck in, but that's exciting to play alongside.
"He's shown real guts and determination to come back from his injury. I think making fun of me has kept him going. But he played so well off the bench against Japan last week considering he had been out for almost 10 months. He showed what ability he has and it's great to see him back in the team now."
This is a must-win match for Wales. Defeat to Fiji means Gareth Jenkins and his squad will be on the plane home before next weekend's quarter-finals.
"We know exactly what is riding on this game, there's a quarter-final place up for grabs and we're determined to grab it," Jones said.
"Of course there's pressure on us, but we put a lot of pressure on ourselves to keep pushing forward and making improvements. I think we're progressing with every game but we have to keep stepping it up every game."
And his assessment of Fiji shows a healthy respect for a side who, if on song, could cause Wales real problems.
"They tremendous natural athletes and fantastic rugby players. They love the physical side of the game but are more than equipped to play an exciting brand of rugby. They have strength and attacking flair, that mix makes them a real threat and one we simply cannot underestimate."
Wales: Gareth Thomas; Mark Jones, Tom Shanklin, James Hook, Shane Williams; Stephen Jones, Dwayne Peel; Gethin Jenkins, Matthew Rees, Chris Horsman, Alun-Wyn Jones, Ian Evans, Colin Charvis, Martyn Williams, Alix Popham
Replacements: T Rhys Thomas, Duncan Jones, Ian Gough, Michael Owen, Michael Phillips, Jamie Robinson, Dafydd James
Fiji: Kameli Ratuvou; Vilimoni Delasau, Seru Rabeni, Seremaia Bai, Isoa Neivua; Nicky Little, Mosese Rauluni (Capt); Graham Dewes, Sunia Koto, Jone Railomo, Kele Leawere, Ifereimi Rawaqa, Semisi Naevo, Akapusi Qera, Sisa Koyamaibole
Replacements: Vereniki Sauturaga, Henry Qiodravu, Wame Lewaravu, Aca Ratuva, Jone Daunivucu, Norman Ligairi, Sireli Bobo