'I've got more to offer' - Leeds United attacker Tyler Roberts on Euro 2020 dream as he makes Rob Page's Wales squad
Leeds United attacker Tyler Roberts will be hoping for a chance to further his Euro 2020 hopes this month, after being selected for Wales' March games.
The 22-year-old has been named in Rob Page's Wales squad for the World Cup qualifiers against Belgium and Czech Republic, which sandwich a friendly game against Mexico.
The Football Association of Wales have confirmed that Page will take charge of Wales during the upcoming international break as Ryan Giggs remains under investigation due to an allegation of assault.
Roberts, shone in Saturday's 0-0 draw with Chelsea, has 11 caps for his country already and will be out to impress later this month, with the delayed Euro 2020 tournament in his mind.
"It's obviously a big thing that I want to accomplish in my career," he said.
"I would love to represent my country at a major European tournament, but I know that I need to play a lot of games and do my best to force my way into the starting team."
Saturday's Premier League clash afforded Roberts the opportunity to play as both a number 10 and, in the wake of Patrick Bamford's injury, Leeds' lone striker.
His versatility has come in handy for Wales, previously and although he's relished his international involvement to date, he believes there's more to come from him.
"I've enjoyed it this year with Wales," he said.
"I have been involved more than I have in recent years and played a few different positions, too. So it has been good to learn and any minutes I get I am grateful for. I know I have got more to offer, so hopefully I can show that and then get some minutes in a big tournament like the Euros."