Despite a convincing win in the first Test against France last week, New Zealand are seeking an even more convincing result in the second Test in Wellington on Saturday.
The hosts romped to a 52-11 victory in the first Test, but the top rugby side on the globe are intent on delivering another standout performance.
Assistant coach Ian Foster explains: “We’re pretty satisfied with last week.
“Upon reflection, you go through the game and when we got our opportunities, particularly in the second half, we were pretty lethal when we took them.”
He adds: “We’ve got to figure out how to impose ourselves a little earlier in the game.
“I thought the French played really well, defended well, for that first 50 minutes while making it quite tough for us so there’s still plenty for us to nail down.”