Wales will play to win in Bosnia and Herzegovina, says Aaron Ramsey
Last Updated: 10/10/15 8:02pm
Aaron Ramsey says Wales will be going to Bosnia and Herzegovina looking for a win, not the draw they need to qualify for Euro 2016.
Wales travel to Bosnia and Herzegovina on Saturday night knowing a point will see them reach a major finals for the first time in 58 years.
Chris Coleman's men sit top of Group B heading into the final two European Qualifiers against Bosnia and Andorra, although they will qualify regardless if Israel fail to beat Cyprus.
Wales are unbeaten in the eight games so far, conceding just two goals as they have edged towards an historic moment for the country, but Arsenal midfielder Ramsey says they will treat the clash like any other.
He told Sky Sports: "We never go into a game wanting to draw. Personally I always go into a game wanting to win.
"The aim of the team is to go there and give ourselves the opportunity to get all three points.
"We've been tough to beat, and it won't be easy for them, but hopefully we can wrap it up before the Andorra game."
Wales have much the same squad members as their qualification campaign for the 2014 World Cup, where they finished second bottom of their group, behind Belgium, Croatia, Serbia and Scotland.
But Ramsey insists the squad now know more about each other, and Coleman has made them a far harder side to beat.
"Everyone is working harder for each other, and know exactly what their roles and responsibilities are on the pitch.
"We've become a harder team to break down, and we have quality where we can go and score a goal.
"We've got those players in the team.
"There's not much change in the personnel, but we've grown up and become more difficult to beat."
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