WALES are ready to roar in Paris and right the wrongs from last weekend, according to assistant coach Neil Jenkins.
The former Wales fly-half believes the mood in the camp is positive going into the second RBS 6 Nations tie.
And Jenkins says the players are eager to get show what they can do in the wake of the defeat by Ireland last week.
"Everyone in the squad is raring to go," he said.
"We were disappointed with the first half last week and the result and everyone is keen to get back on the pitch and get the match under way. It's a huge game for us and we can't wait.
"The boys are ready to go. We started poorly last week but we put together some good rugby in the second half.
"We have to put France under as much pressure as possible.
"There will be a huge crowd at the Stade de France and the supporters will be looking for the home side to bounce back after last week and they will be expecting us both to come out and play.
"We know that if we play for the full 80 we can come out of the game with the right result."