Wales captain Sam Warburton says he is targeting three wins out of Wales' four autumn internationals next month.
They face South Africa, Argentina, Tonga and Australia at the Millennium Stadium.
Warburton spoke to our Sports Reporter Nick Hartley at an event for fans this evening at the team headquarters in the Vale of Glamorgan.
He said the Lions' victory in Australia this summer - with 13 Wales players, and a number of coaches involved - "will definitely have an effect" in terms of confidence in the upcoming autumn internationals.
"Last autumn didn't go quite as we would have liked - but this year I'm confident we'll do a lot better."
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