Election 2015: Tough campaign expected by Kirsty Williams
The Welsh Liberal Democrat leader has said she is prepared for a tough election campaign for the party, after five years in coalition at Westminster.
In a BBC Wales interview, Kirsty Williams robustly defended the coalition's record.
The Lib Dems currently hold three Welsh seats: Ceredigion, Cardiff Central and Brecon and Radnorshire.
She said the party had a "record of delivery" and could take Wales and the UK forward with a strong economy.
In the second in a series of Wales Today interviews with the Welsh political leaders, Ms Williams said: "I think people are beginning to see that the economy is recovering."
But admitted: "We are under no illusion it's going to be a tough election campaign."
Asked whether it had been worth entering the coalition, even if it meant losing all three Liberal Democrat MPs in Wales, she said: "It has been worth the opportunity to be able to influence decision making. I came into politics to get things done."