Caelan Doris wants to keep a lid on title talk after Ireland made it two wins from two in the Guinness Six Nations with an enthralling win against France.
It was an incredible game at Aviva Stadium, filled with an obscene amount of skill and several mouth-watering scores.
And Doris was a crucial cog in Andy Farrell’s machine, making eight tackles, two outstanding offloads and an impressive 17 tackles, the second-most of any Ireland player, in the breathless 32-19 win.
The Guinness Six Nations Player of the Match felt like Ireland had gone to war after helping his side wrap up the win.
“It was a proper Test match that,” said Doris.
“It was a really tough first half, one of the toughest first halves I have ever experienced, it was a battle the whole way through.
“We know what a quality side they are, we have not come out on top the last couple of times playing them so it was great to get the win here.
“The crowd was unbelievable as always, they really pushed us on towards the end of the first half and in the second half which was great.
“Momentum is huge in this Championship so we are happy with the start but we have three huge games still to come.
“So, we need to keep improving, keep working hard and look forward to the rest of it.”
Ireland came into the game having dispatched Wales in their opening game of the Championship.
France had a tougher test in Round 1, beating Kieran Crowley’s resurgent Italy 29-24 in Rome.