NEWPORT County AFC's Josh Sheehan and Tom King have been called up to the Wales squad ahead of matches against Belgium, Mexico and the Czech Republic.

The pair also made the international cut in November, an international break which saw Wales qualify for League A in the UEFA Nations League.

Sheehan made his senior debut for in the goalless draw with the USA, having previously represented Wales at under-19 and under-21 level.

The 25-year-old has played 31 times in the league this season, scoring three goals, his latest coming on Saturday in County's 3-1 victory over Morecambe.

King has been called up the third time after he was also named in the squad that saw Wales qualify for Euro 2020 in November 2019.

The County keeper is still waiting on his first cap however, but has made nine appearances in all competitions this season.

He impressed in County's run to the Emirates FA Cup third round, where he made a number of penalty shootout saves in a narrow defeat against Brighton & Hove Albion.

The 26-year-old also entered the Guinness World Records in January after scoring the longest goal in football in the 1-1 draw with Cheltenham Town.

King eclipsed the record previously held by Asmir Begovic by scoring from an incredible distance of 96.01m (105 yds) in Gloucestershire. He will now turn his attention to helping Wales qualify for their first World Cup since 1958.

Wales' FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign begins on Wednesday, March 24 against Roberto Martinez' Belgium.

Three days later they host Mexico in a friendly in Cardiff, before playing the Czech Republic in their second qualifier on Tuesday, March 30.

Sheehan and King join Luke Gambin on international duty after the midfielder was called up for Malta’s qualifiers with Croatia, Russia, and Slovakia.

Elsewhere in the Wales squad, Aaron Ramsey has been included, despite reports he has suffered a thigh injury.

Stoke's Joe Allen returns for the first time since 2019 an promising Bournemouth forward David Brooks has been ruled out with an ankle injury.

Allen's most recent Wales appearance was back in the Euro 2020 qualifying campaign against Hungary.

Assistant manager Robert Page will be in charge of the three fixtures, due to the continued absence of Ryan Giggs.

Giggs has had his bail extended after denying an allegation of assault.

Full Wales squad

Hennessey, Ward, A Davies, King, Gunter, B Davies, C Roberts, Ampadu, Mepham, Lockyer, Rodon, J Lawrence, N Williams, Norrington-Davies, Cabango, Ramsey, Allen, J Williams, Wilson, James, Smith, Morrell, Levitt, Johnson, Sheehan, Bale, Robson-Kanu, T Lawrence, Moore, T Roberts, Matondo.