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Joe Allen believes a “fearless” technology of latest gamers can fireplace Wales to success at Euro 2020.
Allen, 31, is considered one of eight gamers within the 26-man squad who helped Wales attain the Euro 2016 semi-finals.
Manchester United winger Daniel James and Tottenham centre-back Joe Rodon are among the many younger additions hoping to encourage Wales this summer season.
“They want to make their mark and show what they can do and showcase their talent,” Allen advised BBC Sport Wales.
“That is one of the great strengths they have. They are fearless.
“They are hungry and impressive to do effectively and they’re actually, actually eager to indicate that, and I’m assured they will just do that as effectively.”
Allen was named in the official team of the tournament at Euro 2016 after playing an integral role in Wales’ historic run to the semi-finals.
In qualifying for what was their first appearance at a major tournament since the 1958 World Cup, Wales’ success was built on strong defensive foundations.
It has been a similar story in recent campaigns such as the last Nations League in which Wales conceded only one goal in six games.
However, with players such as James, David Brooks and Harry Wilson emerging since Euro 2016 to complement the likes of Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey, Allen believes the current crop could pose more of an attacking threat than their predecessors five years ago.
“I believe technically all through the entire squad I believe there is a little more aptitude, a bit extra creativity and some extra attacking dimensions,” the Stoke City midfielder mentioned.
“I believe we have now gamers with tempo, we have now gamers who can discover a move and may create issues out of nothing.
“We have different traits this time around and I think everyone is looking forward to showing what we can do in maybe a different way.”
Wales face Switzerland in Baku on Saturday of their opening sport of Euro 2020, a match Allen feared he would miss when he ruptured an Achilles tendon final 12 months.
The former Liverpool and Swansea City participant was given a reprieve when the match was postponed for 12 months due to the coronavirus pandemic.
He returned for Wales in March, solely to undergo a hamstring harm seven minutes into his first sport again towards Belgium.
But Allen has regained his health as soon as extra and, having featured in pleasant matches towards France and Albania this month, he is able to tackle Switzerland.
“I was always confident I would have enough time to get things right,” he mentioned.
“It’s not ideal preparation but thankfully I have had great help both here with the Welsh staff and at Stoke City. I am in a good placed physically and ready to go.”