WALES boss Rob Page is banking on Wrexham-born full back Neco Williams to be fit for next month’s Euro Championship qualifiers against Armenia and Turkey.

Williams, who hails from Cefn Mawr, was named in Page’s squad despite not playing a game since fracturing his jaw playing for Nottingham Forest last month.

“He’s not played minutes because of the significance of the injury but he will be fit for camp,” said Page.

“You can’t take away every risk and I think he’s got a protection to wear for that reason.

“He’s so many weeks down the line so I’d think the opportunity of a refracture is very unlikely. We’ll get the medical team to assess him on camp and take away the risk as much as possible.”

Page expects to welcome Tom Lockyer back into the Wales squad in September after the Luton defender collapsed during Saturday’s Championship play-off final.

Lockyer was stretchered off after just eight minutes of the Hatters’ Wembley win against Coventry and remains in hospital.

But Luton boss Rob Edwards has reported the 28-year-old is “fine” and Wales manager Page said Lockyer was in good spirits during a 20-minute telephone conversation he had with the central defender.

“The most important thing in this is health,” added Page. “For us it’s just about getting him fit and ready for our camp in September.”