Sam Warburton hails defence chief after Wales beat Scotland
SAM Warburton hailed the influence of Shaun Edwards after Wales had beaten Scotland at Murrayfield.
Blues flanker Warburton enjoyed a superb return the Welsh line-up, claiming the man-of-the match award as his side enjoyed a 28-18 win at Murrayfield to keep their faint hopes of the Six Nations title alive.
For the third game in a row Wales did not concede a try, their defence coming to the fore to keep Scotland on the back foot.
And Warburton said: "Shaun emphasises it every day and we wanted to stop Scotland.
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"It was another try-less game and we are very proud of that."
Warburton may lead Wales against England next Saturday, with Ryan Jones an injury doubt after he left the field in the 48th minute with what appeared to be a shoulder injury.
He added: "I'm just so pleased to be part of the side again.
"We are very fortunate to have a fantastic squad and it's very competitive at the moment.
"Everyone knows that places are up for grabs."