At 32, Williams isn’t the youngest but says that a new start with Everton has given him the incentive to work hard and train hard.
He says he has no plans to retire from international football, and is looking forward to helping Wales start the World Cup qualifying campaign against Moldova on Monday evening.
He said, “When you go to a new place and you are the new boy you have to try to impress everyone and get your head down and start from scratch.
“I have been working hard in training to try to get up to speed and get my body in good shape and hopefully that will stand me in good stead for Monday night. I feel good,
“I am enjoying it and I love coming away and playing for Wales. I want to try and keep that going for as long as possible.”
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