Reaching the final in France completed a hugely successful year for the junior Wales side but Dee is looking forward to trying to improve even further in 2014.
"When you do so well, as we did last year, you always want to try and better it," he said.
"We've set ourselves a hard target to try and beat it but that's what we want to try and do and go one step further.
"It's boosted my confidence a lot to have played regional rugby for the Dragons. I hadn't played at that level this time last season and I've already experienced quite a lot even though we're only half way through this year. I'm definitely ready to go."
As he did last year, Dee faces a fight to stat in the hooking berth with Ethan Lewis and Scott Otten providing the competition this time around. New head coach Byron Hayward has named a 31-man squad full of fresh, young talent. Only eight of those involved have previous Wales Under 20 caps.
"Things are pretty much the same as last year," said Dee.
"We've got a great work ethic in the squad and it's a case of carrying those same standards on into the future.
"It's going to be another hard battle this year for the hooker's jersey. I want to nail down my place in the side, hopefully be a bit of a leader for the team and try and set a bit of an example for the new guys coming in.
"We've got the three Blues up in north Wales and we always get a great following up there with some great support.
"We start off against Italy but if we take care of our own performances then the results will take care of themselves."
Wales Under 20 Six Nations squad:
Nicky Smith, Nicky Thomas (both Ospreys), Leon Crump, Callum Lewis, (both Blues), Benjamin Leung (Scarlets), Ethan Lewis (Blues), Elliot Dee (Dragons), Scott Otten (Swansea), James Sheekey (Blues), Shaun O'Rourke (Ospreys), Joshua Helps (Scarlets), Joe Davies (Dragons), Will Boyde (Carmarthen), Rob Dudley-Jones (Swansea), Scott Matthews, Ollie Griffiths, James Benjamin (all Dragons)
Tom Williams (Blues), Luc Jones (Dragons), Connor Lloyd (Scarlets), Luke Price (Ospreys), Ethan Davies (Dragons), Steffan Hughes (Scarlets), Garyn Smith (Blues), Harri Evans (RGC), Aled Summerhill (Blues), Joshua Adams (Scarlets), Dafydd Howells (Ospreys), Ashton Hewitt (Dragons), Steffan Evans (Scarlets), Afon Bagshaw (RGC)
Tickets for Wales' three home matches available now from:
Venue Cymru - venuecymru.co.uk / 01492 872000
Colwyn Leisure Centre - 01492 577900
Terrace - Adult £10, Under 16 £5
Stand - £15
Wales Under 20 Six Nations fixtures 2014
Wales Under 20 v Italy - Friday 31 January - Eirias - 7.10pm
Ireland Under 20 v Wales - Friday 7 February - Dubarry Park, Ahtlone - 7.35pm
Wales Under 20 v France - Saturday 22 February - Eirias - 6.05pm
England Under 20 v Wales - Friday 7 March - Kingston Park, Newcastle - 7.45pm
Wales Under 20 v Scotland - Friday 14 March - Eirias - 7pm