Liam Williams believes Wales can win the World Cup in Japan.
The reigning Six Nations champions face a quarter-final showdown with France in Oita on Sunday.
Wales have crushed Les Bleus seven occasions in eight conferences since shedding a controversial World Cup semi-final to them in 2011 when captain Sam Warburton was despatched off.
In the event that they knock out France, it is going to be a semi-final appointment with South Africa or a resurgent Japan in Yokohama.
“There is only one thing we think we can do and that is win it,” Wales full-back Williams mentioned.
“I wouldn’t say we’ve acquired the simple route. We’ve acquired France subsequent, and we have to beat them to be wanting on the larger image.
“I believe we will go on and win it.
“Over the previous 18 months, we’ve gained the Six Nations and we’ve been away on a few these camps and it has all introduced us in to at least one big group.
“I think that has been great for Wales and hopefully it is going to put us in really good stead.”
Saracens star Williams would obtain a exceptional particular person grand slam if Wales go on to be topped world champions.
Already this 12 months he helped Wales win the Six Nations title and the Grand Slam earlier than being a part of a Saracens group that landed the Heineken Champions Cup and Gallagher Premiership.
And he’s having fun with each minute of the World Cup, which has been highlighted by hosts Japan profitable their group with 4 successive wins, together with memorable victories over Eire and Scotland.

“They were unbelievable – fair play to them,” added Williams, reflecting on the 28-21 win towards Scotland two days in the past.
“I assumed the accuracy of their passing was unbelievable. We all know it has been fairly scorching out right here and sweaty, so the passing was unbelievable and so they performed with some actual construction as nicely, which was simply wonderful. Scotland didn’t actually have any solutions.
“Some folks attempt to play like that, some folks wish to kick a bit extra. Japan wish to hold the ball in hand.
“It depends what works for a team, I guess. But we were watching it in the changing rooms after the (Wales versus Uruguay) game, and it was unbelievable.”
For Williams and firm, although, the speedy problem is France, and beating a Six Nations rival that would arrange a full-scale tilt at world glory.
“I think France have been playing really well,” he mentioned.
“They’ve some outdated heads of their group and so they have loads of expertise as nicely. We’ll go on to the coaching pitch this week and work on the stuff that we might want to beat France.
“We’ve started a couple of our games quite well. Obviously against Australia we started really well in the first half but we dropped off. We need to start hard and keep that up for the whole game.”
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