Wales recall for in-form Millwall striker Tom Bradshaw

Tom Bradshaw has been rewarded for his excellent form with a recall to Wales’ national team.

The Lions frontman, who won February’s Player of the Month award for the Championship, has been named in Rob Page’s squad for the start of their Euro 2024 qualifying campaign.

Millwall manager Gary Rowett told our paper in February that Bradshaw merited a return to the international fold.

Bradshaw’s last Wales cap came against Panama in November 2017.

He has scored 13 goals this season for the Lions, including two hat-tricks.

“I imagine if you are Wales then you are looking at Tom Bradshaw again,” Rowett told our publication last month. “Can he come in and offer something they haven’t got, especially with quite a few senior players retiring? I imagine Wales will have some young players coming through but Tom, in comparison, has been there, seen it and done it.

“You find very few strikers who will play for the team so wholeheartedly as Bradders. A lot are a little more selfish and don’t want to run quite as much as the manager wants them to run. Bradders is one who just gives you everything and what is nice is that he can score goals.”

Wales are away to Croatia on March 25 before a home game against Latvia on March 28. Turkey and Armenia are also in their group.

Wales are bidding to reach a third straight European Championships finals. The tournament will be held in Germany next summer.

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