0:41 Ben Davies says his Wales team-mate Gareth Bale demonstrates his commitment to the team by putting his ‘body on the line’
«I’m still in contact with a few of the lads and if I can get to a game I always will.»
Wilson would win his 16th cap by playing in the crunch Euro 2020 qualifier against Azerbaijan in Baku on Saturday.
Wales need to win their final two qualifiers, in Azerbaijan and at home to Hungary on Tuesday, to keep alive hopes of automatic qualification for next summer’s European Championship finals.
Azerbaijan vs Wales
November 16, 2019, 4:15pm
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Having experienced Euro 2016, when Wales reached the semi-finals, as a supporter, Wilson is keen to sample the tournament as a player this time.
«To see Liverpool win the Premier League would be fantastic being a Liverpool fan,» Wilson added
«But to get to the Euros with Wales would be just as special.»
0:19 Harry Wilson says Wales are lucky to have Aaron Ramsey back in the team ahead of their crucial European Qualifier against Azerbaijan
«It would mean everything to get there. When I was stood there in the crowd in France, I wanted to be a part of that as a player.
«Now I have an opportunity to do that, and I am desperate to make sure we get over the line.
«We know we have to win both games, but we’re confident we can do it if we execute our game-plan.»
Azerbaijan are bottom of Group E with only one point from six games.
But Wales had to rely on a late Gareth Bale header to beat them 2-1 in Cardiff in September.
«Azerbaijan made it a lot tougher for us at home than we thought, so we are definitely going to show them respect,» Wilson said.
«They were well organised defensively and good on the break, We know what they are good at and where we can hurt them.
«But they will be wary of us the way we have played the last two games.»