Striker Eastwood on a high after Wales win

Wolves striker Freddy Eastwood is on a high after scoring for Wales in the 5-2 midweek mauling of Slovakia.

Eastwood pulled Wales level with his second international goal in three outings - and he was thrilled by the win and the performance. The forward, who was joint top scorer with Billy Sharp in League One in 2005-06, said: "It was a good win that was made even better because of the result we had at the weekend against Germany, so we are absolutely delighted.

"Slovakia looked quite good but Bellers (Craig Bellamy) was brilliant. He got behind their line time and again and I was obviously delighted to get another goal myself."

performance for over a decade in Wednesday's Euro 2008 qualifier.

And Bellamy believes he is a big game player who always relishes the challenge against supposedly better quality opposition.

Bellamy said: "To score five goals away from home in any international is a big result for any team."

He added: "There's a lot of youngsters in this side and a result like this will be a real boost. It was great”