(Reuters) - Wales number eight Taulupe Faletau says they will need no extra motivation when they face England in the Six Nations next month but a win over their fierce rivals at Twickenham would not define their campaign.
"A win over England isn't going to define our championship -- as a group of players we're better than that," Faletau told British media.
"Winning the championship would have been good, but that's probably too far-fetched now. We've got England next and I don't think we're going to need any motivation going into that game."
"People say a lot has changed but that's an excuse. Change is just an excuse, we had enough ball to capitalise and get enough points against France but we're on the receiving end," Jones said.
"You can take an element of pride with how we finished the game but there's no consolation... it (the new style) can be pretty but it's not winning. Ultimately test rugby is about winning and we need to do that pretty quick."
(Reporting by Shrivathsa Sridhar in Bengaluru; Editing by Peter Rutherford)