Wales wing George North tells ITV Wales News he has no intention of joining the Welsh exodus to France, for the time being at least.
Wales are now just one game away from a grand slam in this year's 6 nations.
Wales have beaten Italy 24-3 in their penultimate RBS Six Nations match in Cardiff.
WALES: Leigh Halfpenny; Alex Cuthbert, Jonathan Davies, Jamie Roberts, George North; Rhys Priestland, Michael Phillips; Gethin Jenkins (C), Matthew Rees, Adam Jones, Alun Wyn Jones, Ian Evans, Dan Lydiate, Justin Tipuric, Toby Faletau
REPLACEMENTS: Ken Owens, Paul James, Luke Charteris, Ryan Jones, Lloyd Williams, James Hook, Scott Williams
Warren Gatland says he has no concerns about selecting Justin Tipuric to face Italy, reports Richard Morgan
– Warren Gatland, Wales coach
He was unlucky not to go to the World Cup. We were hugely impressed with him in the Summer
Gethin Jenkins is to captain Wales for Saturday's Six Nations match against Italy in place of Sam Warburton, who's been suffering from a knee injury. Warburton's place a open-side flanker has been taken by Justin Tipuric.
Former squad captain Matthew Rees makes a return as hooker, with Jamie Rogers making a rapid recovery from his half-time injury in last week's match to keep his place in the back line.
Warren Gatland names his side at one o'clock to face Italy in stage four of their hunt for Grand Slam glory. The Wales Coach isn't expected to make wholesale changes to the side which lifted the Triple Crown at Twickenham last month.
Second row, Luke Charteris, has been added to the Wales Six Nations squad. The Dragons lock, who last played for his country during the 2011 World Cup, returned to action for the Dragons on Saturday following an injury lay-off.