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06/09/2018 - 15:07 GMT

I’m Enjoying Stoke City Challenge – Ashley Williams

 




Everton defender Ashley Williams has claimed that he is enjoying life on loan at Stoke City despite a faltering start to the Championship season with the Potters and insists that he is still determined to make his mark for Wales.

Williams, who failed to establish himself at Goodison Park after arriving from Swansea last year, joined Stoke in the summer following their relegation from the top flight.




The Welshman has struggled to kick-on with his career at the bet365 Stadium and was sent off in the Potters’ third game of the season at home to Wigan Athletic.

However, he was named in the squad for the Wales national team set to take on Republic of Ireland in their UEFA Nations League game and explained that he is enjoying life at his new club.
 


"I'm really enjoying it at Stoke and getting that good feeling back to go to work every day and trying to get myself back into the team”, Williams was quoted as saying by the BBC.

"I'm enjoying it, it's a new challenge, I'm trying to help as much as I can and to help get wins under our belts."


The former Swansea City defender also added that he aims to remain competitive with the national team, but insisted that there is a lot of competition for places at this moment.

"I wanted to be playing football because I knew there's competition [with Wales]", Williams added.

"There's at least two players in every position that can start so it's difficult for the gaffer.

"I need to be playing and showing him that I'm fit and in good form, because if not there's guys playing well who deserve to start."

Williams will earn his 80th cap for the Wales national football team if he makes an appearance against the Republic of Ireland.