Neil Jenkins has urged Wales to grab their opportunity with both hands when they face France in a World Cup semi-final on Saturday.
The Wales skills coach has described the upcoming semi-final, which Wales are 5/6 with bookmaker to win, as the biggest game he has ever been involved in.
He added: “And it’s the biggest maybe in Welsh rugby history.”
Wales have lost their last three encounters against the French. However, Jenkins has backed the young side to build on the momentum they have achieved in New Zealand, believing they have grown stronger as the tournament has progressed.
“You can all say we’ve reached the semis but we don’t feel that we’re done yet and we’ve got a fantastic chance, as have France, on Saturday,” said Jenkins, who was capped 84 times by Wales.
Rhys Priestland and Luke Charteris should return for the game after picking up shoulder injuries during the quarter-final win over Ireland.