All Blacks assistant coach Ian Foster revealed that there was a new revitalised energy at training amongst the team, ahead of their Sunday Test against Argentina in Buenos Aires.
After reviewing their 36-34 loss to the Springboks a fortnight ago in Wellington, Foster said the players were eager to correct their mistakes.
"I think everyone was jumping out of their skin to get onto the training park and have a good blowout today," said Foster.
"Two or three days of recovering and our normal processes of reviewing and planning, a bit of added spice to it from our last game."
Argentina will have a lot of confidence going into Sunday's Test, after defeating Australia 23-19 in the Gold Coast two weeks ago.
"We try to keep our processes as consistent as possible because what we are trying to do is review a performance, not just a result," Foster said.
"It does add a little bit when you come off a poor performance and the fact that that performance equated to a loss is a bit of a double whammy."
The All Blacks need a bonus point victory against the Pumas this weekend to secure the Rugby Championship title for a third consecutive year.
"We've pulled a few things apart and we are pretty happy as to where we have got to," Foster said.
Argentina defeated the Springboks last month 32-19 in Mendoza but were outclassed 46-24 by the All Blacks the last time they met at Trafalgar Park in Nelson earlier this month.