Liverpool youngster Jordan Williams tweets delight at first Wales call up

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The 19-year-old is currently on loan at Swindon Town, and has could be set to win his first cap September's matches against Cyprus and Israel.

Liverpool midfielder Jordan Williams has taken to Twitter to celebrate being called up to the full Wales side for the upcoming European Championship qualifiers. 

Williams has been training with the first team at Melwood for much of the last year at Liverpool, and has now been given a chance to impress in Chris Coleman's squad.

The midfielder is on loan at Swindon Town this season after making his debut for Liverpool last year early on in the campaign. The 19-year-old came off the bench in a League Cup match against Middlesbrough in September last year for his first senior appearance, and went on to take in a loan spell for the last few weeks of the season at Notts County in League One, where he made 8 appearances.

Williams has already featured in 5 matches in the Robins since the start of their own League One campaign, and it has clearly been enough for Coleman to call the Reds youngster up for the high profile international matches against Cyprus and Israel.

It is some vote of confidence my the Wales boss given as Williams has just one Under-21 cap to his name, but considering the withdrawal of fellow Anfield man Joe Allen from the squad, the former Fulham manager has decided to remain in Merseyside when it comes to replacing him.

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