GOOD things come to those who wait - at least that's the view of Wessex Futsal Club's Sean Bryant, who had to wait over a year to receive his maiden Welsh international cap.

The 30-year-old made his debut for his country against Scotland in the Home Nations Futsal Tournament at St George's Park in December 2019, but had to wait until late January 2021 to get his hands on the precious cap.

The goalkeeper, who was awarded the FA National Futsal Series save of the season in 2020, only started playing the game in the past few years and went on to join Salisbury's team in the Super League a year after beginning.

Bryant admitted he was never expecting a call-up from the Wales manager and said all the miles driving around the British motorway was made worthwhile after pulling on the Welsh jersey.

He said: "I was very proud to be called up, and to then play against Scotland was something I could only dream of.

"It’s not something you believe could happen when you get to 30. I think it just shows to everyone at all ages if you want to do something and work hard enough for it you are able to achieve anything."

"I’ve given up plenty of time driving up and down motorways and getting back in the early hours to then go to work at 6 but when you receive the cap it makes everything worth it."