Davies talks up Australia clash
Jonathan Davies says it is vital Wales win the last Test on their tour of Australia if they are to develop into the world's best.
The Six Nations champions have endured a tough couple of Test matches Down Under, suffering a convincing defeat in the first game in Brisbane before losing to a last-minute penalty in Saturday's second contest in Melbourne.
Wales now have just one game left to record their first victory on Australian soil since 1969 when they travel to Sydney this weekend for the final game of the tour.
The Welsh have an awful record against teams from the southern hemisphere, winning just two of the last 39 games.
While Davies admits they can take heart from their performance in the second game against the Wallabies, they must record a win Down Under if Wales' young squad are to continue their development.
"What's vital for this team is how we react," the Scarlets centre said. "We must react in a positive manner as we've got to finish the tour on a good note. It is very important we came down here and got a victory.
"Although the Test series is lost now, I think for the development of this squad to the autumn we have to make sure we get a victory and ensure we keep focused."