Former Wales winger Terry Medwin, who played in the 1958 World Cup, has died at the age of 91.

Medwin won 30 caps for Wales and was part of Tottenham's 1960-61 double-winning side and victorious 1962 FA Cup team.

“The club is deeply saddened to learn of the passing of our former player, Terry Medwin,” read a Spurs statement.

“Terry was part of our double-winning side in 1961 and made 215 appearances in all competitions, scoring 72 goals.

“Our thoughts are with Terry’s family and friends at this impossibly sad time.”

Swansea-born Medwin began his career at his hometown club and made his Wales debut in 1953.

Medwin scored 57 goals in 147 league appearances for Swansea before joining Spurs for £25,000 in May 1956.

He played at the 1958 World Cup in Sweden when Wales reached the quarter-finals before losing to eventual winners Brazil.

Medwin’s winner in the 2-1 victory over Hungary was Wales’ last goal at a World Cup until Gareth Bale converted a penalty at the 2022 tournament.

He managed Cheshunt and coached at Cardiff, Fulham and Norwich before returning to Swansea as John Toshack’s assistant, where he helped them rise through the leagues in the late 1970s and 1980s.