George Ford is eager to return to the setting for his breakthrough global performance when England continue their RBS 6 Nations title quest against Wales on Saturday. England have won just two of their past seven visits to the Welsh capital, and Rob Howley's men top the table after beating Italy 33-7 on Sunday.
"It is a great place to play and we will be excited about it. But we are not going to get too carried away".
"England are deservedly tagged as the best team in the northern hemisphere".
"It's a fair judgement to compare them to the All Blacks right now - that's how good they are". When I look back, we made some mistakes.
With both countries having won their opening Six Nations games last weekend, it served to only increase a sense of anticipation and expectation for the 130th meeting between traditionally fierce rivals. "I am not going to hide from that fact".
"The back-row competition is so fierce at the minute, I don't want to put pressure on him, but Toby [Faletau], when he's playing well, is one of the best players in the world". You just love being in the cauldron of the Principality Stadium against a team like England.
If you're already planning where to watch the Six Nations clash between Ireland and Wales, we have a suggestion. "And the picture we paint isn't going to be the picture that was painted in the past". It is always a big scalp if you can beat England, because they are a great team. "Everyone is always hostile, especially to me", Haskell adds.
"I've realised in the past three years actually how hard it is to win a championship".
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"I've only ever played there once, it was the start of the Six Nations on a Friday night".
News of Wood's injury doubts further compound the resource problems faced by Jones as only on Monday it was announced that George Kruis was set to under surgery for a knee injury, putting an end to his Six Nations for 2017.
"He's been through a lot last season and I think he's learnt a hell of a lot", said England's head coach.
"They have been one of our toughest opponents, as results show over the past few years, and we know we are in for another hard game on Saturday".
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Between them they have only amassed four global caps as a back-row combination, where their Welsh counterparts, Sam Warburton, Justin Tipuric and Taulupe Faletau, can collectively boast over 140 Wales caps. Afterwards Jones accepted blame for that "awful" performance and has been plotting how to improve England's record in Wales where he is expecting hostility that extends to "daffodils to be thrown in the warm-up".
"That was the closest I have been to scoring a try in a while", he said.