Nottingham Forest duo Neco Williams and Brennan Johnson have been snapped wearing the new Wales kit ahead of the World Cup.
The Reds pair will be hoping to help Rob Page’s team defy the odds once again as the tournament prepares to start in Qatar.
Williams and Johnson will play for a Wales team that hasn’t been in the competition since 1958.
They are joined in the Wales ranks by goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey and all three will be raring to go.
The kit designed for Wales is one of the better ones that will feature in the competition.
As an Adidas-manufactured strip, the shirt and shorts feature the trademark stripes in a simple yet stylish fashion.
With the Forest duo modelling the kit, it seems likely that the nation will have high hopes for Williams and Johnson.
Both players have been doing pretty well for Forest this season, although there is definitely more to come from both.
Williams swapped Liverpool for Forest during the summer. He cost the Reds £17.5 million and he’s largely featured as a right-back.
Johnson was the Reds’ main man last season as they roared from the bottom of the Championship into the Premier League.
The 21-year-old scored in both legs of the play-off semi-final against Sheffield United and was decent in the final.
He scored 19 goals during 2021/22 and thoroughly deserves his crack at the Premier League.
Williams and Johnson snapped wearing Wales kit
It’s quite interesting that the Forest duo have been chosen to model the kit.
What it probably does suggest is that both players will have a big say in whether or not Wales are successful in Qatar.
Johnson has just started to showcase to Page what he’s all about.
He has been starting more frequently for his country of late, with Williams now a nailed-on regular.
Wales will be hoping to cause a stir at the World Cup in the same group as England.
They also face Iran and Wales and dressed in a dapper new jersey, the Welsh might surprise a few people at the tournament.