Wales' summer tour co-captain Ellis Jenkins believes Warren Gatland's side are in fine fettle for next year's World Cup after they clinched a clean sweep of three straight victories this month.
A comfortable 30-12 success over Argentina in Santa Fe not only sealed a first series win in the land of the Pumas since 1999, but also pushed Wales into third in World Rugby's rankings.
Gatland's men have jumped above rivals England and their young squad have shown impressive maturity in South America. It bodes well for Wales' hopes of glory in Japan in 2019.
After downing South Africa 22-20 in Washington, Wales have dominated Argentina in two straight games. Their performance in Santa Fe was their best of the tour.
Josh Adams' solo wonder try and the boot of Rhys Patchell put Wales 19-5 up at the break, Bautista Delguy scoring Argentina's effort.
Hallam Amos finished off a fine team move after the break and Patchell ended with a 20-point haul as even a late red card for Ross Moriarty for choking Nicolas Sanchez failed to alter Wales' mood.
Argentina scored late on through Julian Montoya once Moriarty had left the field.
"We were a bit disappointed to have let in a score just before half-time, but we came back out, re-set, and went again," said Jenkins, who excelled with some fine breakdown work.
"It was a game we were fully in control of and we are really happy with the performance. We're delighted to come away with a win and, from a player's point of view, that's all we want."