Wales manager Chris Coleman heaped praise on Gareth Bale and asserted that the Real Madrid hit-man is ‘Getting better and better,’ at his game.
Coleman and his squad are set to begin their World Cup 2018 qualifier campaign on home soil against Moldova on Mondova.
The Welsh manager is keen on building upon their historic success at Euro 2016, where they reached the last four for the first time in the European Championships.
Gareth Bale played a pivotal role in Wales’ European success, grabbing seven goals in the qualifiers before netting in three crucial goals at the Euro 2016 group-stage campaign.
The Real Madrid hit-man has been consistent from the very start of the new season and scored a race in Madrid’s league opener against Real Sociedad.
The forward has continued his form on into this campaign as he notched twice in Real Madrid’s opening game of the season.
Welsh boss is confident that Bale would build upon his sublime form in the World Cup 2018 qualifying campaign. The manger also lodged a warning to the other teams in the World Cup qualifying group – Austria, Serbia, the Republic of Ireland, Moldova and Georgia.
“Gareth scored inside 75 seconds of Real’s first game of the season, but I never get surprised by him,” said Coleman.
“I know he’s capable of almost anything and I think Madrid are very excited about the future with ‘Bale’.
“They recognise that they’ve got someone who’s going to be there for a while and someone who is capable of winning everything.
“He’s getting better and better still.”
“Along with that incredible ability he’s got that first-class mentality as well.”
“It’s winning formula for Real Madrid and for Wales, and I think he will have another good season.”