Neco Williams will feature for Wales in the Euros.
The Liverpool full-back enjoyed first-team football in the first half of the season making 14 appearances in all competitions for the Merseyside club.
Trent Alexander-Arnold is ahead of the 20-year old in the pecking order.
The 20-year old Welsh defender admitted to putting extra work at the training ground to make sure he’s ready to play a key role in the summer Euros.
“If you haven’t played as much football then you have to look after your body in terms of doing extra at training, coming in on your days off and doing more running,” Williams told Wales Online.
“That’s exactly what I have been doing. You can’t just rely on your club to try and gain your fitness if you aren’t playing regular football.
“I knew I had a big chance of earning myself a place in the squad and if I wanted to get my fitness to the highest level then I needed to do extras.
“I needed to do runs after training or games and that’s what I have been doing. Hopefully my fitness is not too bad.
“For me, I have to keep improving as a player every day and try to get as much game-time as I can and just believe in myself.
“If all that came together then I thought I would have a good chance of earning myself a place in the squad.”