Swansea City defender Neil Taylor all set for Wales' crucial encounter
9th October 2015
Neil Taylor believes Chris Coleman's Wales squad go into their crucial Euro 2016 qualifier with Bosnia buoyed by last weekend's performances at club level.
Taylor and captain Ashley Williams helped the Swans bounce back from defeat at Southampton by claiming a 2-2 draw with Tottenham Hotspur, for whom Ben Davies also featured.
Aaron Ramsey also started for Arsenal as they beat Manchester United 3-0 while Gareth Bale added vital minutes as he returned from injury by coming off the bench for Real Madrid as they drew at Atletico Madrid.
Wales need just one point to qualify for next year's tournament in France, with Coleman's squad also facing Andorra in their final fixture.
And Taylor feels the squad go into the game in positive mood following the weekend's results.
"It's nice to go into the international week in positive mood on the back of a good result and performance," said Taylor, who is set to win his 25th cap in Bosnia on Saturday night.
"It was good to see Ash, myself and Ben come through last weekend's game unscathed, while Aaron and Bale also came through without picking up injuries.
"It's a chance to make history. We are all looking forward to it and hopefully we can get the result we need."