Sir Gareth Edwards insists Wales should fear no-one at next year's World Cup after a record-breaking run under Warren Gatland.
Wales head into 2019 on a real high after completing a first-ever autumn series clean sweep and recording nine successive wins, their best run for 20 years.
And Wales scrum-half great Edwards says there is huge optimism that Gatland's side can continue that form by mounting successful Six Nations and World Cup campaigns in 2019.
Wales' triumphant autumn saw victories over Scotland, Australia, Tonga and South Africa.
The win over the Wallabies was the first in 14 attempts, while fast-improving South Africa overcame world champions New Zealand in Wellington during the summer.
Whether British and Irish Lions scrum-half Rhys Webb is available to play at the World Cup remains to be seen.
Webb is unable to represent Wales following his move from the Ospreys to Toulon as Welsh Rugby Union rules stipulate that players based outside the country must have 60 caps.
Gatland said in September that he would "love" to name Webb in his World Cup squad and hoped that "common sense" will prevail over the issue.