BBC Sport - Tom Bradshaw: Walsall striker 'over the moon' at Wales call
Bradshaw 'over the moon' at Wales call
- From the section Football
Walsall striker Tom Bradshaw tells BBC WM 95.6 that he is thrilled by his call-up to the senior Wales squad for their friendly against The Netherlands.
Although Wales will be without two of their star players - Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey - at the Cardiff City Stadium on 13 November, the game is still a big occasion as, in front of an expected full house in the Welsh capital, Chris Coleman's side begin their warm-up to the Euro 2016 finals in France.
"I'll do everything I can to impress to try to become a regular," said 23-year-old Bradshaw, whose nine goals this season have helped the Saddlers go top of League One.
"I was over the moon when the gaffer (Walsall manager Dean Smith) told me. It's a very exciting time in Welsh football right now. Any Welshman's objective would be to get on that plane to go to the Euros."