Wales prop Rob Evans is ready for the "big challenge" that awaits against France in the NatWest 6 Nations finale.
Victory for Evans and company should be enough to finish second behind runaway champions Ireland.
And that runners-up spot has occupied Welsh minds this week as Warren Gatland's men look to complete a clean sweep of Six Nations home wins this season.
Wales began the tournament with an impressive bonus-point win against Scotland, but successive losses to England and Ireland derailed their title hopes, before they claimed another comfortable victory by dismissing Italy.
France have not won in Cardiff since 2010, and Les Bleus will encounter a Wales side containing seven changes from last weekend, including returning players like captain Alun Wyn Jones, fly-half Dan Biggar and full-back Leigh Halfpenny.
And if Wales are to triumph, then putting the brakes on France skipper and midfield powerhouse Mathieu Bastareaud will be key.
Bastareaud was in dominant form against England, and his threat is not lost on either Evans or Wales scrum-half Gareth Davies.