Aaron Ramsey is confident his fitness concerns are over and he can cope with the demands of tournament football for Wales at Euro 2020.
Ramsey has been plagued by injury issues over the past few seasons and missed many games for club and country.
But the 30-year-old Juventus midfielder expects his body to stand up to Wales’ group schedule of three games in nine days, starting with their tournament opener against Switzerland in Baku on Saturday.
“I feel like I’m in a good place,” said Ramsey, who got minutes under his belt during Wales’ Euro 2020 warm-up friendlies against Albania and France last week.
Ramsey says he has worked hard to get his body to a ‘good place’
“I’ve definitely worked hard over the last few months to get my body back into a good place.
“I feel the last few years have been frustrating, to try and get any consistency going.
Ramsey’s 11-year stay at Arsenal ended two summers ago when he moved to Italy.
He has started only 24 league games for Juventus during his time in Serie A and his attendance record for Wales also makes pretty dismal reading.