Lee Byrne says he is ready to show British Lions coach and Scotsman Ian McGeechan just why he is the form full-back in world rugby.
The Ospreys star is the red-hot front-runner to be the Lions' last line of defence on the tour to South Africa this summer but insists there is more still to come.
Byrne, 28, said: "I can definitely get better and there's plenty more to come from me. Hopefully, I can improve on how I performed in last year's tournament.
"As long as I'm listening to the coaches, I'm sure I'll have a better tournament than last term.
"I can improve at all aspects of my game. There's always scope for improvement in any player - no-one can rest on his laurels - and I am far from the finished article. I just want to be improving all the time."
Byrne lines up for Wales alongside IRB World Player of the Year Shane Williams and Leigh Halfpenny replaces the injured Mark Jones in a exciting back three.
And he reckons he will relish the prospect of being a marked man by the Scots at Murrayfield.
Byrne said: "If I carry on playing the way I am, I feel confident I can deal with being a marked man.
"Maybe Scotland will look to mark me closely. But if they do it opens opportunities for players around me. It happens all the time with Shane Williams.
"When he plays the opposition mark him tightly but it creates space and then others have room to do things.
"Scotland should be wary of our wings - Shane is the best player in the world and Leigh is an exciting talent.
"As a back three we worked well together against South Africa and we're ready for the challenge.
"Scotland will probably try to put in cross-field kicks, but we're up for the task."
Mike Phillips starts at scrum-half after Gareth Cooper was ruled out with a knee injury while fly-half Stephen Jones got the nod ahead of James Hook.
Angus O'Brien has quickly settled into the Wales Sevens squad after solid performances in Hong Kong and Japan. With two rounds remaining in Glasgow and Twickenham on the World Series, WRU TV's Graeme Gillespie chats to the rising star.
Wales winger Luke Morgan has established himself as one of the deadliest finishers on the Sevens World Series. WRU TV's Graeme Gillespie catches up with him on the eve of this weekend's round in Glasgow.
All roads lead to Cardiff on Sunday for the SSE SWALEC Finals Day at the Millennium Stadium. Cambrian Welfare tackle Ystradgynlais in the Bowl final, Ystrad Rhondda play Newcastle Emlyn in the Plate final while defending champions Pontypridd face Bridgend in the Cup final.
WRU Chief Executive Roger Lewis, Deputy Minister for Culture, Sport and Tourism Ken Skates and WRU Chairman Gareth Davies earlier this week launched a new competition in conjunction with the WRU unveiling its archive room.
Welsh players and management joined Deputy Minister for Sport Ken Skates at the Pierhead Building, Cardiff Bay earlier this week to reveal the Union's pioneering school-club hub initiative has been so successful the project will now almost double the scale of the original project.
The Scarlets, Newport Gwent Dragons, Cardiff Blues and the Ospreys look ahead to Judgement Day III which sees the Blues take on the Ospreys (2.30) and the Dragons tackle the Scarlets (4.45pm) at the Millennium Stadium tomorrow afternoon.
Ystradgynlais and Ynysddu played out a titanic struggle at Taffs Well in the SSE SWALEC Bowl semi-final. At the end of the game neither team could be separated after a 15-15 stalemate but Ystradgynlais go through on try count.
Blues strike first in JD III battle - Newport Gwent Dragons lock Andrew Coombs, WRU referee Dylan Llyr Jones and Cardiff Blues hooker Matthew Rees decide dressing room allocations for Judgement Day III
Wales Under 18 captain Calum Haggett has received a conditional offer to read Biomedical Science at St Anne's College, Oxford. WRU chairman Gareth Davies went to meet Calum and Coleg y Cymoedd Principal Judith Evans to wish him luck in his exams and pass on some of his personal experience.