LLANDEILO'S Ffion Morgan has spoken of her pride at netting her first goal for Wales.

Bristol City's Morgan, a former pupil at Ysgol Tre-Gib, scored the fourth in a 6-0 European Qualifiers win in Kosovo.

The win – which also marked Jess Fishlock’s 150th cap – sees Rhian Wilkinson’s team top their group with two wins from two and having scored 10 unanswered goals.

Morgan, 23, marked her 34th senior appearance for Wales by turning home a low cross from Rachel Rowe just after the hour mark.

“I'm buzzing, I looked twice to see if the flag had gone up for offside,” Morgan told BBC Radio Wales Extra after the game.

“It's probably on my mother's Facebook already, it's a proud moment for me and my family.

South Wales Guardian: Ffion Morgan is congratulated after scoring in Wales' 6-0 win over Kosovo.Ffion Morgan is congratulated after scoring in Wales' 6-0 win over Kosovo. (Image: FAW)

“It was on a plate for me, It was probably harder to miss. It just shows the work we're doing is coming out on the pitch, we created multiple opportunities today.

“I hope with my pace and my ability to get forward that she (Rhian Wilkinson) likes that. She gives me the confidence to get at people, I constantly hear her on the sideline pushing me up the field. That confidence is very helpful.

“Hopefully, I can keep this going and get some more opportunities.”

Wales are three points clear at the top of their group. They next face a double header against Ukraine, facing them at home on May 31 and away on June 4.