PARS goalkeeper Owain Fon Williams has been named in the Wales squad for their upcoming international fixtures this month.

The 33-year-old, who joined the club on a permanent basis in the summer following a successful loan spell last season, is part of a 29-man pool selected to contest one friendly and two UEFA Nations League matches.

Wales, who will be managed by assistant boss Robert Page after Ryan Giggs, who denies the allegations, was arrested on suspicion of assault, take on the USA on November 12 in a friendly at Swansea City's Liberty Stadium.

They then host the Republic of Ireland, on November 15, and Finland, on November 18, at the Cardiff City Stadium in their final matches in Group B4 of the Nations League, which they lead from Finland by one point.

Fon Williams, who was part of the Welsh squad that reached the semi-finals of Euro 2016, is one of three goalkeepers - alongside Leicester City's Danny Ward, and Newport County's Tom King - that have been picked.

He will also join up with the likes of Tottenham Hotspur's on-loan Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale, Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey and Liverpool's Neco Williams.

Since returning to Dunfermline in a player/coach role, Fon Williams has played in all but one of their six league and cup games so far this season.

The Pars have won them all to top their Betfred Cup group and the Championship table, with the goalkeeper recording two clean sheets into the bargain.