By Matt Hancock-Bruce

WALES will seek to continue their fine start to the Six Nations as they take on holders England later this month.

A win would see them claim a 22nd Triple Crown having seen off Ireland and Scotland in their opening fixtures.

Despite the promising start head coach Wayne Pivac believes there is another level to the side.

After Wales’ thrilling 25-24 victory over Scotland at Murrayfield, the New Zealander said: “It was evident for everyone there that it wasn’t the complete performance.

“It’s round two of the tournament and we will expect to be improving each time we take to the field.”

Wales will face England in Cardiff on Saturday, February 27.

Pivac added: “It’s very pleasing to send the players off for a couple days to re-join their families.

“A week off but we’ll still be at work, reviewing our performance and looking at the areas of our game which we need to attend to.

“England will pose a different challenge and we fully respect the side that they have and the threats that they pose.”

Pivac hopes to have a full-strength squad available for the England clash having missed several key players in last weekend’s victory including George North, who will look to earn his 100th cap.

He was proud of his team’s depth and ability to deliver in spite of the injuries: “The changes and subs made a big impact.

“It’s a lot of work by a lot of individuals it’s not down to one or two people. It’s a squad effort.”

On Leigh Halfpenny’s head injury he added: “The medical boys will do their thing and hopefully he’ll be back very shortly.”

When Wales welcome the reigning champions to the Principality Stadium all eyes will no doubt be on Louis Rees-Zammit.

In a man-of-the-match performance against Scotland, the 20-year-old contributed two crucial tries and Pivac is confident the best is yet to come.

“He was exciting, wasn’t he? He’s still got work to do on his game and that’s the exciting thing. He’s going to be a very exciting player going forward for us,” Pivac said.

He continued: “He’s got the pace and you can’t coach that. He’s improving each week and he’ll keep working hard at his game and I’m sure improve again.

Captain Alun Wyn Jones was also in high praise for the Penarth-born winger as well as the blend of experience and youth in the side.

He said: “Hopefully this is just the tip of the iceberg for him.

“I don’t want to heap the pressure on him. I want him to continue on a similar vein to what he has. I think it’s a credit to the environment.