Joe Allen believes Ryan Giggs’ guidance will help them in the long road.
Wales failed to earn a promotion following their 1-0 loss at the hands of Albania in the UEFA Nations League. They finished second in their group and back to back defeats left them lurching in a essy situation.
It has been a rough few months for Giggs who replaced Chris Coleman in January to take charge of Wales. There has been a few encouraging signs for the former Manchester United winger but as a whole, he needs to work out on a few aspects to bring out the best of the players.
The Stoke City midfielder extended his helping hands towards his manager. “It’s been a great experience for everyone since he’s come in.
“A lot of new ideas have come into the camp and many players have had the chance to get game time and try and impress.
“We’ve spoken a lot about the youngsters that have come into the set up, and that’s what has given us a lot of confidence about the future.
“We can’t wait for the [Euro] qualifiers in March, it’s a few months away and this was our last chance to be together before then.
“Our task now as players is to make sure we’re ready to fire when those games come around. We’re excited to see who we’ll be up against.”