Former All Blacks captain Richie McCaw is loving the current team's dominance while lamenting the attitude of some Kiwi rugby fans.
In an interview with Sydney's Daily Telegraph, McCaw said the inability of some rugby fans to just enjoy the success of the team was annoying.
"People say 'oh, the All Blacks are really dominant' but look, that can change quick if you let your guard down," McCaw said.
The team jointly holds the record with 17 wins, but victory over the Wallabies at Eden Park this weekend would make it 18 for the All Blacks.
"People say at some point it has to come to an end, but that's just a perception I think," McCaw told the Daily Telegraph.
"As long as you keep each week readying yourself to put the performance out there, you can keep going. If you let the standard drop a wee bit ... the scoreboards might see certain things, but there isn't much between the top teams in the world.
"It doesn't take that much ... if something is off, confidence is down ... for things to turn around really quickly. Teams will get better, and whether the All Blacks can keep getting better too, that's the intrigue I have got."