Morison: Team comes first

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Striker Steve Morison will be happy to put personal glory to one side if it means Wales reach their first major finals since 1958.

The Norwich forward has scored just once from his 15 appearances to date, ahead of Wednesday's friendly against Bosnia-Herzegovina in Llanelli. His work ethic and ability to hold up the ball and link with the likes of Gareth Bale and Craig Bellamy has proved a valuable commodity.

And Morison will be more than happy for the star names in the Wales squad to grab the headlines, if it means Wales qualify for Brazil 2014, as he said: "We had success under Gary Speed and I only got one goal. In the games we played I think we scored four twice and I didn't get a goal. But when you are together for such a short space of time it does not matter."

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Gary Speed
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Craig Bellamy
Premier League
Steve Morison
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