Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey has continued his preparations for Wales’s upcoming Euro 2016 qualifier against Andorra this week.
The Dragons will take on their European rivals at the National Stadium in Andorra La Vella in their opening Group B game on Tuesday.
Training is in full swing at the University of South Wales’s Sport Park, as Chris Coleman’s players get themselves into the rhythm.
Ramsey, too, trained on Sunday in order to get himself into top shape for the match and lead Wales to victory in Andorra.
The 23-year-old midfielder was Arsenal’s best player last season and so far this campaign he has been so as well.
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The former Cardiff City star has established himself as a first-team regular for the Gunners and will be key to Wales’s chances of winning in Andorra.
Wales have been drawn against Bosnia and Herzegovina, Belgium, Israel, Cyprus and Tuesday’s opponents Andorra in Group B.
The Dragons do have the quality to progress from this group, but they need to kick off their qualifying campaign with a win on Tuesday.