Cueto had already been capped 18 times for England on the wing, but was brought in at full-back by coach Brian Ashton to provide more of a cutting edge.
Although England went down 27-18 at the Millennium Stadium, Cueto believes he did enough to suggest he has an international future in that role.
It was the Sale player's first cap since getting injured playing for England in the autumn internationals against South Africa,
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"It was a tough game to come back to but overall I thought things went well," Cueto told the Manchester Evening News.
"There's not a lot of difference between playing full-back at international level as opposed to playing there with Sale and I enjoyed it."
The 27-year-old, who has scored 13 tries for England, also feels he proved that he can now play at full-back or on the wing.
"I do think playing there (full-back) increases my options looking ahead to the World Cup," he added.
"The net you don't want to get tangled up in is when you're not seen as an out-and out winger or as an out-and-out full-back, and I don't want to get caught between the two positions.
"Full-back's a position that I enjoy playing in, I'm excited about playing there and both Brian Ashton and Philippe Saint-Andre at Sale are keen to see me playing there so we'll see how it goes."
Cueto replaced the out-of-form Josh Lewsey for the Wales game and will be contesting the number 15 jersey also with Gloucester duo Olly Morgan Iain Balshaw.
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