Sam Warburton has urged Wales to improve when they conclude their 2017 Six Nations campaign against France on Saturday.
Wales outscored Ireland 3-0 on tries, but Warburton wants to see a better performance.
Wales' interim head coach Rob Howley has kept the same starting line-up for the third time in a row.
It means Bath forwards Luke Charteris and Taulupe Faletau remain among the replacements as Wales target a sixth straight victory over Les Bleus.
If Wales win - and England beat Ireland in Dublin on Saturday - then Howley's men will secure a top-four world ranking place ahead of the 2019 World Cup pool draw in May.
Despite suffering successive Six Nations defeats against England and Scotland this season, Wales are now targeting a top-three finish, while they could even secure runners-up spot behind England if they win and other results work for them.
Hooker Ken Owens, meanwhile, wins his 50th cap, and captain Alun Wyn Jones becomes the first Welshman to start 100 Tests for his country.