Wales' legend Shane Williams is looking for the team to play with the same verve and ambition during the rest of the Six Nations.
The Red Dragons defeated Scotland 34-7 in the opening game of the tournament where they found their fluency in attack.
Warren Gatland's men will now head to London to take on defending champions England, who opened the campaign with a dominant triumph over Italy, and Williams is hoping that they continue to improve with ball in hand.
"As a nation we hit a low, we hadn't played to our potential for some time and there did seem to be a depression in Wales," he said.
"They (the supporters) want to see Wales play with tempo, off-loading in the tackle, scoring tries and looking dangerous.
"We would be happy as Welsh people to see that happen again. As for the results, if Wales don't win the Six Nations this year but they put up a good show, they look dangerous, they look like they have intent and they look like they're moving forward, I think a lot of people will be happy.
"Of course, Warren Gatland will say the latter, he wants results, he wants to get momentum going to the World Cup which is just around the corner. Warren being Warren will take a 3-0 win.
"We've seen the Scarlets do it, we've seen the Ospreys do it at times, especially last season. We can play some good rugby, we've got the calibre of players so let's do it."
Wales are currently 250/1 to win the Six Nations outright, with England 10/3 and Ireland 2/7.
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