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Hull City defender James Chester has been looking ahead to Wales’s Euro 2016 qualifying match against Belgium on Sunday.
Wales have started their campaign in impressive style but taking on Marc Wilmots’ side will be their biggest challenge to date.
In an interview with Hull’s official website, Chester said, “It’s a nice game to look forward to.
“Away to Belgium is certainly the most difficult game we’ve got in the group, but we’ve had a great start to the campaign and we’ll be going over there to hopefully continue with that.”
In other news, Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Kenny Jackett has been speaking about Yannick Sagbo’s loan spell at the Championship club.
The striker failed to get the chances he and Steve Bruce would have wanted and he swiftly returned to the Tigers.
Speaking to the Express and Star, Jackett said, “You always learn lessons but in recruitment you do get some wrong. No club gets it 100 per cent right.
“What’s important is you don’t let things fester and you move on.”
So Sagbo returns to a club he has failed to excel at thus far, leaving more questions regarding the player’s future.