TEENAGER Tyler Roberts reckons his honeymoon period with Wales is over, but admits he’s still getting used to playing alongside the likes of Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey.

Roberts, 19, was handed his first international start last month as Wales beat the Republic of Ireland in Dublin, that after a debut off the bench against the same opponents in Cardiff in September.

The Leeds United striker replaced Bale on that occasion, as Wales started their Nations League campaign with a 4-1 win, and then came on for Ethan Ampadu in Denmark three days later.

Having beaten the Irish twice and lost to the Danes, Wales know victory over their Scandinavian rivals on Friday night would seal Nations League promotion and a Euro 2020 play-off berth.

The match at the Cardiff City Stadium (kick-off 7.45pm) is a 33,000 sell-out and could see Roberts win a fourth senior cap for his country.

And more game time is exactly what he wants as manager Giggs looks to bring through the next generation of young stars.

“It’s been crazy really,” he said. “Over the last six months I’ve been progressing fast with Wales and I’m just grateful for every opportunity.

“It’s a massive learning curve. You have to kind of remember sometimes they (Bale, Ramsey et al) are your team-mates.

“What you expect from them, they expect from you. It’s great to learn from them.”

And when asked if he had been given any advice by the experienced members of the squad, he added: “Just to be myself and, on the pitch, to be comfortable with playing with those sorts of players.

“It’s not something where I need to be scared. It’s just being myself and being confident.”

He continued: “I think that (settling in) stage has gone now and I need to be a player who’s just involved in the squad.

“Hopefully I can get many more call-ups, many more minutes, and be a big part of it.”

Roberts is just one of several promising youngsters in Giggs’ set-up, with Connor Roberts, Ethan Ampadu, Harry Wilson and Ben Woodburn all catching the eye in recent matches.

“We’re a tight group,” said Roberts. “Dinner time, lunch time, we’ll all be together, laughing and joking, so if we can keep that spirit going, add a few more new faces and youngsters in there, I think the future is very bright.

“I think everything that Wales does is great, and you can tell the way the country is going that it’s going to be a very bright future.”

Gloucester-born Roberts also believes that finishing top of their Nations League group would be “massive”.

“I think it would send out a message that we are becoming a bigger country and we can compete with the top countries in the world,” he added.

“Showing our ability and showing we can beat teams like Denmark would be massive for us.”