Gareth Bale would love Wales to turn around their flagging Euro 2012 qualifying campaign against England.
Wales ace keen to topple England
Gareth Bale would love Wales to turn around their flagging Euro 2012 qualifying campaign against England this weekend.
Wales have yet to pick up a point from their opening three matches and next up for Gary Speed's side is The Three Lions.
Speed's troops host Fabio Capello's men at the Millennium Stadium and Bale sees no reason why they cannot produce a shock result.
Bale is growing tired of talk that Wales are an up and coming team, stating they have the talent now to impress on the international stage.
"People have been saying we're a young team, but I think now it's time to start producing results and good performances," he told Sky Sports News
"There's no better game to do that than against England at the weekend.
"Hopefully we can come out on the right side of the result.
"There's no bigger game for Wales than Wales versus England. It's a derby in international terms.
"It's a game the lads are looking forward to and to get the experience under our belt will be great for us in the future as well.
"The most important thing is that we want to go out and get that victory.
"All I'm concentrating on is going out there and playing my best. It's not about one player and how we work as a team.
"If we get our game plan right then we can definitely come out on top."