Wales head coach Warren Gatland has claimed that his team have lessons to learn following their 3-0 series defeat to New Zealand.
The team's misery was compounded by a 46-6 loss to the All Blacks in Dunedin on Saturday.
The result marked the 29th time that Wales have lost to New Zealand in 63 years.
"In fairness to the All Blacks I thought they were outstanding," BBC Sport quotes Gatland as saying. "I thought the pace of their back three caused us some problems and some of their collision dominance was pretty good as well.
"We'll take a lot of lessons from these three Tests and we need to apply that the next time we get back together."
Wales have played 19 games since August 2015.