Walsall striker Tom Bradshaw admits that he was disappointed to miss out on a place in the most recent Wales squad but says all he can do is continue to score goals.
Speaking to Express and Star, Bradshaw said ‘If I keep scoring there is only so many goals I can`t get in on.”
Bradshaw said. “It would be brilliant to get into the squad especially with the Euro 2016 around the corner.’
“It would be a great time to break in and would be a very proud moment for myself and my family and friends.’
Despite topping the scoring charts again Bradshaw said he was disappointed not to make the cut.
“I was slightly disappointed not to make the squad (for the qualifiers against Cyprus and Israel).
“But I think that just shows the tightness of the squad they`ve got and they`ve done really well.
“The squad has got them there, deserves a chance to play.
“I`ll keep trying to score and give Chris Coleman a few headaches and if he decides I`m ready, I`ll be over the moon to be a part of it.”
Bradshaw has scored twenty seven goals in forty six appearances for the Saddlers and has scored more goals in a year than the entire Welsh front line – that even includes Gareth Bale (although he is playing in a much higher division).