He said: "It's good to come away with Wales with the lack of games at Palace.
"It's not going the way I'd like it to at Palace at the moment but I come away with Wales, put my head down and getting some game time.
"I'd like to think Neil's watching. It would be nice. It is difficult not playing week in week out, but I keep myself prepared in training, I play cup games.
"I came away with a lot of confidence after the last two qualifiers. I'm not guaranteed to play here, I have to show I want to play and that I'm ready."
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