Giggs: Wales need to be "even better" to win China Cup

Bale has had some very good times at Real. Image PA Images

"We know Uruguay have some great players, it's not just Suarez", Bale added. When you are at clubs like that, you are always going to win things. Asked in the areas where there is scope for development he said: "I am not a naturally outgoing person".

Gareth Bale has spoken for the first time about the "massive disappointment" of missing out on the World Cup with Wales but his presence in China shows renewed ambition to qualify four years from now.

"It will be very high up in the ranking I suppose but we still have a lot of work to do, a big game to come and as we said before it's going to be a challenge, it's going to be hard but we believe if we play well we can win the tournament".

However, Ryan Giggs' side will not be at the World Cup in Russian Federation and Bale admitted it's a big disappointment having done well at the EURO 2016.

"Even though it was a good performance against China, we will need to play even better to win the China Cup", Giggs said.

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Southampton product Bale has won ten trophies at Madrid, including three Champions Leagues, and is desperate to return to Spain with some worldwide silverware.

"But these are the games you want to be playing in, against some of the best players in the world".

"In the tournament no matter what competition it is you want to win it".

Winning his 86th cap, Chris Gunter became Wales most capped outfield player, passing the total of 85 reached by his former manager Gary Speed.

The Real Madrid forward has experienced consistent success in his career to date, though could be set to get his hands on a first piece of silverware while wearing the national shirt. We watched the game against Czech Republic the other day and we've done some work on them.