After watching England record a dominant 44-8 victory over a woeful France side that stretches their record to six wins in their last seven matches - and claim a maximum 10 points from 10 with a second straight bonus-point win to lead the Six Nations table - Jones doused the ever-burning fire between England and Wales with more than enough fuel to keep the flames alive until they meet on 23 February.
"There's a lot more in this team and we understand that and we're committed to being the very best we can be", Jones said at a news conference.
"At the moment we are having a great deal of success with our kicking and if you chase well it's hard to counter", said Jones. Preparation starts on Wednesday'. 'We definitely played some good rugby today.
"You go there and it is a tough game, they are a good side, loud crowd - but it has never been a fortress to me". We're looking forward to going down there.
Jonny May scored three tries within the first 30 minutes of play becoming the first England player to score a hat-trick against France since 1924.More news: Google rolling out Chrome 72 with bug fixes, newer features
By halftime, England had a bonus-point fourth try.
Two further scores - via a penalty try and Owen Farrell - followed early in the second period but neither team registered a point after the 56th minute.
And Ball, who started alongside Alun Wyn Jones in Wales' second row that day, added: "To lose a game like that was gutting from a personal point of view, and I know the boys won't want to feel like that again". "Our focus and discipline to keep France scoreless was outstanding".
Jones reserved particular praise for May, who took his Test tally to 22 tries in 42 appearances, with two of his scores coming as reward for chasing kicks.
England have enjoyed success through their tactical kicking game in Dublin and now against Les Bleus, but Jones hinted at varied tactics to come at the Principality Stadium.More news: Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William walk BAFTAs red carpet
"At the moment we're having a great deal of success with our kicking, but that could create opportunities in the next game somewhere else".
France replied through a Morgan Parra penalty and Damian Penaud try in an error-strewn performance which does not bode well in World Cup year.
The RTÉ analyst was pleased to see Joey Carbery get more game-time in the heat of battle and while the Munster out-half is likely to get the nod for the trip to Rome, Jackman doesn't envisage Schmidt mimicking Wales and making wholesale changes in personnel against an Italian side on a 19-game losing streak in the competition.
"France were passive and Joe Schmidt and Andy Farrell were quite open in the fact that we didn't really get into them in terms of line speed".More news: EPL: Pogba breaks record with brace against Fulham