Ryan Jones has rubbed salt into the wounds of arch-rivals England after claiming they are no longer big fish in world rugby.
Skipper Jones returns for Wales in today's Six Nations clash after shaking off a calf strain.
And Jones admits beating Martin Johnson's under-performing side in Cardiff will not give the defending champions any greater satisfaction.
Jones, 27, said: "From a players' point of view, I don't think England is the sweetest win anymore.
"I've been fortunate to be part of many special Welsh victories over a lot of nations and they are all ranked up there. It does not come down to just one nation."
The Six Nations holders have tasted success over the Red Rose in the last two home championship meetings and delivered two Grand Slams since England last won in Wales - and claimed the Six Nations in 2003.
And Jones insists the Dragons realise the importance of the occasion as they bid to make it three successive home wins in a row.
Jones said: "Of course, England is a huge game for the supporters. Anyone who has ever been to the Millennium Stadium to watch a England v Wales game will understand the magnitude of it.
"It is the week leading up to the game and everything that goes with it together with the expectation not only from within but externally. The players have to learn how to deal with it and accept.
"I'm sure it will be a big day out for everyone in Cardiff."
The annual Women's club launch was held at the Wales Centre of Excellence where National Women's Head Coach and Programme Lead Rhys Edwards, Competition Secretary Adrian Howell and Cardiff Met player Ffion Jones express eagerness for the new campaign to get under way.
WRU TV follows Wales' RWC training squad on day one of their camp in North Wales. The squad were greeted to an official welcome in Colwyn Bay and then headed for an afternoon of team building at ZipWorld