Lia Green believes there is plenty more to come from England in the Six Nations Women’s Summer Series.

Fresh from a 33-10 win over Ireland in their tournament opener, England now turn their attentions to a clash with Wales at Parma’s Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi on Tuesday.

Full-back Green, who represents Loughborough Lightning, is confident they can build on their opening performance and make it two from two.

“The team is feeling pretty good,” Green said. “To go out there and get a win in the first game is a confidence boost and we have still got a lot more that we can show.

“We’re going to continue building over the next two games finish with a good one against France.

“I was proud of my own performance and proud of the performance the team put out. 

“This is something we have been looking forward to and it was the big game of the season.

“It’s the first time this tournament has happened and going out there and getting a win was a real special feeling.

“I am just proud of the team overall, but know that we’ve got a lot more to give in execution and then we will be flying.”

After playing a starring role in England’s opener against Ireland, Green will be looking to make an impact from the replacements bench against Wales.

Green scored England's last try against Ireland to put the final result beyond doubt after Tori Sellors, Lilli Ives Campion and Reneeqa Bonner had all dotted down.

The two teams are familiar foes having only played one another in May.

England ran out 45-5 winners at Shaftesbury Park last time around, with Steph Else receiving the Player of the Match nod in the seven-try victory.

Now renewing their rivalry with Liza Burgess’ Welsh side in Parma, the Loughborough Lightning back and her teammates know the recipe for Summer Series success.

“We’ve got our main principals that we fall back on,” Green said. “Empowering each other, celebrating small wins, our bravery, creativity in our play and testing things out.

“It doesn’t have to work, but we have the license to go out there and play what we see and have the mindset to go out there and get a win.

“If we’re celebrating our successes, you want to go out there and do another thing to get praise from your teammates for doing something good.

“It drives us to keep performing, put in that big shot, score that try or whatever it is to keep the team ticking over. 

“We know what their [Wales'] playing style is and we know that they are going to bring physicality. 

“We are going to have to match that and bring energy to the game. 

“We can’t let them out-energise us - which they have got the ability to do and play on top.

“We need to keep that energy higher and match them physically so we can perform our best.”

The Women’s Summer Series is available to fans all over the world via exclusive coverage on the Six Nations U20 YouTube channels, with supporting coverage across dedicated U20 Six Nations social media channels.