Arsenal star Aaron Ramsey and Liverpool midfielder Joe Allen will keep aside their club rivalries in the coming days as Wales kick off their Euro 2016 qualification campaign next week.
The Dragons will take on Andorra at the National Stadium in Andorra La Vella in their opening Group B game on Tuesday, and training is in full swing.
The Wales players trained on Saturday as they continued their preparations for the match in Andorra.
It will not be easy for Wales to qualify for the finals as they have been pitted in a tough group in the qualifying campaign.
Chris Coleman’s side have been drawn against Bosnia-Herzegovina, Belgium, Israel, Cyprus and Tuesday’s opponents Andorra in Group B.
The top two teams in each of the nine groups will reach the finals along with the best third-placed finisher. The remaining eight third-placed teams go into playoffs in November 2015.
Wales do have the quality to at least progress to the playoffs. After all, with the likes of Ramsey, Allen and Real Madrid winger Gareth Bale in the squad, the Dragons will know that they can get points both home and away.
However, Wales need to kick off their qualifying campaign with victory in Andorra on Tuesday. Any slip-up could come back to haunt them.