As he did back in 2009, McBryde will step up to lead Wales on their summer tour later this year and he will be in the stands at the Millennium Stadium on March 30 to run the rule over contenders for tour places as the Judgement Day encounters pits all four Welsh regions against each other. He believes the squad that heads to Japan will be brimming with confidence.
"The squad we take to Japan will head over there full of confidence and belief," he said. "Players who played in the championship will have the belief behind them but also players who maybe didn't feature will be boosted as success breeds success. It was a very accomplished performance on Saturday.
"We spoke during the week that it was just another Test match that we had to go out and win and that's exactly what we did. We didn't focus on the points difference or the advantage they went into the match with, we were focused on the 80 minutes in front of us.
"The side went out and started well, controlled the early exchanges and took us into the break with a small cushion. In the second half we stepped it up and showed the sort of performance we all knew we were capable of and it was a fantastic way to win the championship.
"It was a huge day. The city and the stadium were packed and the crowd were at their best and it was great to put that sort of performance together to reward them. It was very physical and I thought our defence and physicality was fantastic. We were always on the front foot and the pack did really well at set piece and around the park and really gave us a really good platform.
"The squad worked extremely hard to retain the title. After the disappointment of the Ireland game to put themselves back in contention and to then go out and win the championship was impressive and they deserved that reward."
Wales head to Osaka and Tokyo on their two-Test tour of Japan this summer and McBryde will announce his squad following the British and Irish Lions squad selection later this spring. The former Wales hooker is looking to blend experience and youth in his squad and believes it will be a valuable trip for less experienced Test players.
"For North America in 2009 we took a good mix of experience and youth and I'm sure that will be the case again this summer," he added. "It's a good chance to reward players with more international game time and give players the opportunity to play at this level.
"Back in '09 we took boys like Sam Warburton, Jonathan Davies, Dan Biggar and Craig Mitchell with us and look at where they are now. It's great to see how far they have come and what they have achieved since that tour.
"The Lions will obviously impact on selection but it will be taking experience out to Japan with us. We will also be looking to reward players who have performed for their regions week in and week out and who put their hand up towards the end of the season.
"There are some big games coming up and some very big head-to-heads on Judgement Day and it's a chance for players to show us what they can do and to fight for their chance to play for Wales this summer."