New goal-king Dan Biggar has hailed the impact of Wales legend and mentor Neil Jenkins following his man-of-the-match display against Canada.
The Ospreys fly-half was handed his first start in the coveted fly-half jersey in Toronto with British Lions stars Stephen Jones and James Hook away in South Africa.
And Biggar, the Dragons' latest teenage sensation, revelled in only his second Test appearance as he bagged 22 points thanks to a perfect eight from eight kicks.
Now the 19-year-old hopes he can follow in the footsteps of Jones and Hook and fill the position full-time with the aid of kicking coach Jenkins.
Biggar said: "Having someone like Neil there has been great for me. To be honest, there is nobody better to have working with you - he's been brilliant throughout this trip.
"He's a pleasure to work with and always says if you're technically good, then everything else shouldn't matter. I was delighted I was able to pay him back a little bit by not missing and knocking a few kicks over."
Jenkins remains the second highest points of all-time behind England's Jonny Wilkinson having amassed 1,049 points for Wales and another 41 for the British Lions during a glittering career.
But despite shattering several records during his own playing days, Biggar reveals there is still a burning desire from the 91-cap Welsh idol to achieve further greatness.
Biggar added: "Jenks is a very technical coach and a perfectionist. If you hit nine from ten he still won't be happy. Of course, doubts do creep into your mind if you miss a couple but he says to trust your technique. He lets you get on with your own routine and is brilliant to work with."
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