Reports are out claiming that Wales just need a solitary point from their last two qualifiers and Arsenal star Aaron Ramsey believes the team will finish their task next month in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The Dragons, who sit atop the Group D table for Euro2016 qualifying, will travel to Bosnia for their penultimate qualifying fixture on October 10 before finishing their campaign with a home game against minnows Andorra on the 13th.
After failing to get the victory required to assure their spot in France next summer in the 0-0 draw with Israel on Sunday, Wales now need at least a point from their trip to Zenica which midfielder Ramsey is confident will occur.
Ramsey said: “We feel we can go to Bosnia and grab all three points. That’s the confidence in this team at the moment. Hopefully we will be able to do that and have a successful end to what has been a great campaign.
“This squad has got a lot of experience and a lot of the players play for top clubs around the world and have a lot of caps. We haven’t been in this position before but I think our club experience will help us. We have done a remarkable job so far so we won’t feel too down. We are still top of the group with a couple of games to play, we’re looking forward to that.”