Welsh midfielder Aaron Ramsey has expressed his desire to reach the 2022 World Cup, which will “complete” the Dragons’ journey for the past decade.
They qualified for the last two European championships, but haven’t made it to the world championship since 1958 – their only appearance at the tournament.
Wales are in a strong position to reach the play-offs after their success in the Nations League last year. You will face Estonia in a qualifier in Tallinn on Monday.
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Their last duel was against the Czech Republic – a 2-2 draw in Prague.
“The World Cup is the goal,” said Ramsey, the Wales in Tallinn with Gareth Bale Sidelined due to injury.
“We were lucky enough to see two European championships and they were absolutely great.
“It would be a huge dream to hopefully check off a World Cup. It’s a long way but if we could do that it would be kind of complete, right?
“To qualify for a World Cup would be an incredible achievement.
“It is probably more difficult to qualify than for the European Championship, but all the players are ready.
“It’s the same with the younger boys and it’s also a dream of theirs.
“You can tell from the way they played at the EM this summer when they got out of the group. They are ready for it and it would be nice for us older boys too. “
Ramsey who is only 105 minutes for. has played Juventus believes Wales’ training methods suit him better this season and indicated that his club must take a different approach to help him play more games.
“The training philosophy and methods are different in my club than here,” he said before the draw against the Czech Republic.
“There are a lot of people here who have been leading me for several years. So they know how to get the best out of me and allow me to play a lot of games in a row like I showed at the European Championships.
“I am able to do that and perform well. I feel good, ready to go. “