KIEFFER MOORE says Wales are ready to realise their Euro 2020 dream even if their style would not win any prizes in the beauty stakes.
Wigan striker Moore has made a huge impact in Wales’ Euro 2020 qualifying campaign as Ryan Giggs’ side have turned their fortunes around.
Moore scored his second goal in three qualifiers as Wales beat Azerbaijan 2-0 in Baku on Saturday evening, leaving the Dragons in control of their own destiny heading into the final game.
Wales will secure automatic qualification for next summer’s European Championship finals by beating Hungary at a sold-out Cardiff City Stadium on Tuesday.
“Sometimes it is not the prettiest football, but if it is effective it is definitely worth doing,” said the 6ft 5ins Moore, whose aerial ability has provided Wales with an extra dimension to their game.
“Defenders are maybe not used to going up for headers quite a lot in international football.
“I believe we get a massive advantage from doing that.
“I am very suited to the way this team sets up and plays.
“As you can see I am reaping the rewards and working hard for the team as well.”