Wales interim head coach Rob Howley is happy with the progress made by his squad at their Spala training camp in Poland.
The 35-man squad were subjected to the intense conditions offered up at the Poland base in preparation for their November clashes with Argentina, Samoa, New Zealand and Australia.
Ryan Jones was the only casualty from the camp, returning home due to an "irritable shoulder" injury.
"The team will benefit from Spala physically and mentally from the time we have spent together," said Howley.
"The players feel refreshed mentally and have also been able to focus on recouperating from various injuries that have been managed or sustained over the previous weeks.
"Spala is a fantastic and unique facility. It has given the players the opportunity to spend time together; they've bonded and enjoyed the experience. There's been a lot of banter, the team dynamics in professional sport are important and we have been impressed with the players this week.
"The mantra of this national team over the last few years since the current coaching team has been together has been about hard work and this facility is unique in the way it allows you to do that.
"Our sessions are pretty short and intense, enabling us to put the players under pressure in defence and attack and, whilst we work hard both on and of the pitch, it's also about working smart and maintaining that intensity."