Welsh international Robert Jones has added further insult to injury on Kenny Logan by claiming that the Scot is "a long way short" of being a world-class goalkicker.
The Wasps man was guilty of spurning a number of kicks during the 28-28 draw with Wales on Murrayfield.
But Jones insists that Scotland need to find the equivalent of Wales’ goalkicker if they are to improve.
"If Scotland had a kicker half as good as Neil Jenkins, we would have lost it’s as simple as that," Jones said.
"Every other national team has a world-class goalkicker but Kenny Logan falls a long way short of that category."
But Jones admitted that Logan’s misses should not have mattered after Scotland fought back from a 19-point deficit to force the draw.
"When one side is 19 points clear in international rugby, that should be it," said Jones.