Number eight Sioned Harries says Wales Women must be more clinical following the 23-10 Six Nations win over their Scottish counterparts.
Wales scored three tries in the victory at The Gnoll but squandered opportunities.
"The main frustration with us is that we're creating plenty of opportunities but we're just not capitalising on them,"
"It's definitely something we'll work on," Harries told BBC Wales Sport.
Wales are back at The Gnoll on Sunday, 28 February to face France who beat defending champions Ireland 18-6 in Perpignan.
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"We know we've got the ability, but it's about going out there and performing."
"We won't take them (France) lightly, we know what they're capable of, but we'll put our own performance in and possibly cause an upset," added Harries.
Wales' win over Scotland came after the opening defeat in Ireland and Harries says the Six Nations title is still within their grasp.
"It's the beauty of the Six Nations, you never know what will happen,"
"We'll focus on us we won't focus on them and hopefully we'll capitalise on our opportunities."