Wales skipper Dan Biggar said he was disappointed by the defeat to France in the fourth round of the Six Nations game played at Principality Stadium on Friday.
Biggar kicked three first half penalties for Wayne Pivac's side but they could not make any additions to it after the interval while Anthony Jelonch scored the only try of the game along with an eight point contribution from Melvyn Jaminet as the Les Bleus registered a 13-9 win.
The result also meant Wales now have lost three out of their four games in the competition while France are still in a chance to clinch the Grand Slam for the first time since 2010 as they face England in the final round.
“I’m annoyed really is the bottom line, that we haven’t picked up certainly one win in the last two game," he said after the game.
“I’m frustrated, annoyed, disappointed – all those things. We said in the huddle after the game that we could have nicked it in Twickenham a couple of weeks ago, coming back after not starting well.
“I thought tonight we were the better team against the best team in the world at the moment.
“Big Test matches hinge on one or two big moments. We didn’t quite nail ours and France took theirs.”
Meanwhile, Wales coach Pivac has confirmed that Alun Wyn Jones, who underwent a shoulder surgery last year is set to be added to the squad ahead of their final round clash against Italy.
“He’ll be officially added to the squad this weekend.
“He’s worked very, very hard as Alun Wyn does. He’s been training with the team, helping prepare the team for this week’s game. He’ll be available for selection.”