Wales wing Shane Williams has said that he wants to end his career at top. The Ospreys star has pledged to quit the international game after the World Cup, but wants to go out on a high.
“I’ll dread the day I hang my boots up because I’m doing a job at the moment that I wouldn’t change for the world,” he tells the Sport Wales programme.
“I’ll be 34 this year… and I want to finish at the top,” Wales’ record try-scorer told the BBC Sport Wales show.
Shane Williams proved he is still a key member of the Wales team after his two tries helped to seal a much-needed win over Scotland in the Six Nations, taking his scoring tally to 53 tries in 77 internationals.