The right-back has been on loan at Fulham in the Championship, where he has played 10 games so far, and has had great success in recent weeks.
– At Liverpool, I have the best players in the world ahead of me in the queue. I myself have Trent Alexander-Arnold and Andy Robertson in front of me. I never thought before that I had played regular first team football before a national game. I’m always in and out of the team. “I’ve been trying to stay in shape by training individually, and doing different things in the power room,” says Williams Sky Sports.
– I’ve learned a lot from Robbo. He is one of the best left-backs in the world. You learn a lot from training with him every day. He’s a top man. Whatever you need help with, he will show up and give you honest answers. I’ve learned a lot from him and especially Trent, because he’s playing alongside me, and is ahead of me in the line at the moment.
Have found a rhythm
– I think this is my first time playing first-team football before a national game. I am in a fighting state, and have a fighting rhythm. I think it will definitely help me in the upcoming international matches. “This is a very important game for all of Wales, not just for the players,” the Liverpool defender on loan said of the playoff semi-finals that will decide whether the World Cup dream will live on for the 20-year-old and his compatriot. .
Wales meet Austria at home in Cardiff on Thursday night, and then play either Scotland or Ukraine in the playoff final for a place in the World Cup. However, the fight has been postponed to June due to the war in Ukraine.
Williams made his debut for the A Wales national team in the match against Finland in 2020. So far he is booked with 17 games and two goals for Wales.
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