Wales made it 12 successive wins beating their best-ever run but for captain Alun-Wyn Jones victory over England was ‘Just another Saturday’.
Speaking to the BBC after the game, the Wales skipper played down the importance of the streak and the Welsh win, as they moved top of the table in the Guinness Six Nations.
Having trailed at half-time, Wales were able to wrest control of the game in the second half, with tries from Cory Hill and Josh Adams.
But despite that, Jones insists Wales’ focus will return to the remainder of the Championship on Sunday.
He said: “It’s a nice day. We need to make sure we realise what it is and enjoy the next few hours but then it’s back on the horse tomorrow.
“We spoke in the week about people and performance. I think the performance probably improved a little bit, and the people that came on today stood up.
“It’s just another Saturday for us.
“We knew after that first-half that we had to try and match that level of emotion and that was going to be the hardest thing. Luckily we did that.
“We’ve got a squad of 40 blokes and a big backroom staff that have put a lot into this. There’s still a lot of people that have got to put their hands up to keep pushing this team and the individuals we’ve got in it.
“We’d probably like to play next week to build some momentum. A week off is a dangerous thing. Scotland will be licking their wounds and looking forward to us coming up there.”