Speaking to the clubs official website - themillers.co.uk, Will said;“I was thrilled to receive the call up, and to be honest it couldn’t have come at a better time for my club career as well. Being suspended, it was important to keep playing because that would have meant a long time without football for me."
“It was good to get some game time so early on. Obviously to play 90 minutes in the friendly was brilliant, to be honest I was just hopeful to be involved in some capacity. To start, play a full game and have a hand in the goal was a great experience. To come on late in the qualifier, the thing I was most pleased of about that was the manager trusts me to go on and do a job for him. It was a crazy week. It happened so quick, but I really enjoyed the experience.”
Will went on to speak about his relationship with Wales boss Ryan Giggs; "When you are listening to someone who has achieved so much in the game, and he is the manager, it is a little crazy."
“I suppose at the end of the day, the relationship is virtually the same as it is with every other manager I have played for. You respect what they say to you, and listen to some of the other senior professionals in the setup who have played at the top level for a long time. It was great to learn, I was trying to be a bit of a sponge and take as much on board as I could.”
“I am going to give the caps to my Mum. She is the reason I am able to play for Wales, and she is very proud, like I am, of my Welsh heritage. I think it means a lot to her with her Mum and Dad unfortunately not being here anymore. It reminds her of them, so I'd like her to have it."