WREXHAM'S Steve Roberts followed in the footsteps of his brother, Doncaster Rovers striker Neil, by becoming a full Wales international on Wednesday.
The 24-year-old defender was on the pitch for little more than 30 seconds after coming on as a subsitute, and had just one touch before referee Charlie Richmond blew the final whistle.
Roberts said afterwards: "It was very short but it was very sweet."
A late addition to Toshack's squad, Roberts had just 48 hours to rub shoulders with the country's elite players and thought at one stage on Wednesday night that his chance of a debut had gone.
"I'd started to get changed but then the boss changed his mind and pulled me back to the dug-out and I thought that was it," he said.. "But luckily enough he then gave me 30 seconds or whatever it was.
"I was chuffed just to get on to the pitch. And of course it's my first cap and although I might get some ribbing from the lads back at Wrexham, at least I've got one now and no one can take that away from me.
"It's been an enjoyable week and an experience working with the senior squad."