Fulham pair Harry Wilson and Dan James have been named in Wales’ first World Cup squad for 64 years.

Welsh manager Rob Page has picked winger Wilson, who has made just six appearances this season after picking up a serious knee injury in a behind-closed-doors pre-season friendly, after the 25 year-old starred in the national side’s qualifying campaign. The Wrexham-born wide man had an outstanding first campaign at Craven Cottage as the Whites won the Championship title – and is a regular in Page’s side these days after scoring five goals from 39 senior caps.

James, who joined Fulham on loan at the end of the summer transfer window after slipping out of the Leeds first team picture, has been included in the party for Qatar despite an indifferent start to life in west London. The former Manchester United winger has made only seven appearances for Marco Silva’s side – with just three of those being starts. The 24 year-old, who burst onto the scene with a series of superb appearances as a youngster at Swansea, has also won 39 caps for his country and scored five goals.

There had been suggestions that 17 year-old attacking midfielder, Luke Harris, who was included in Page’s last squad might make the party for the major tournament but Page has decided not to risk an uncapped youngster for the finals. Wales will face USA – and potentially Fulham central defender Tim Ream – in their first Group D fixture on November 21st.