Wallace wants to be a part of the revenge mission and firmly believes the Lions can turn things around.
"It was an unbelievable experience to be involved in the Test team. I would love to get another chance," said Wallace.
"We definitely believe we can still do it. We know its going to be very hard to win the next two games, especially at altitude, but there were plenty of positives to take out of the first Test and we have to back our fitness.
"We gave them such a lead at the start and we were always chasing it. That made life difficult for us.
Local favourite 'The Beast' - Tendai Mtawarira - almost single-handedly wrecked the Lions with a powerful scrummaging performance.
"I wasn't sure what was going on in the front row - only the props and hookers know that - but it seemed to improve all right during the game," added Wallace.
"But it's definitely something we need to work on this week. In those first 15 minutes we let in a try and conceded a string of penalties and they just seemed to be racking up the points - it was very frustrating and annoying."