Williams looking to put frustrating season behind him

Sunday, 27 May, 2018 0comments  |  Jump to last

Ashley Williams has spoken of his predictable frustration at having had to sit out the last couple of months of the season without playing.

The Welsh international was a regular starter for much of the campaign, one which had been expected to be one in which Everton pushed for a place in the top four, but he didn't feature after betting sent off against Burnley in early March.

The 33-year-old served his suspension but was not recalled by then manager Sam Allardyce and he is now looking ahead to next season when he will be working to impress a new head coach.

Williams was speaking to the media ahead of Wales's friendly against Mexico in Pasadena.

"Yes, definitely," he said when he was asked if 2017-18 had been frustrating for him personally.

Williams added: "But that season is done now and I'm just looking forward to this game and into pre-season for the next campaign.

"It's always difficult not being involved and you want to play because playing a game is that bit harder.

"But what can you do? I've just tried to stay in shape and on Monday I'll just try and use my experience as best I can and play as well as I can."

 


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