Adam Davies is likely to be third choice for Wales at the Euros despite playing more games than his two competitors

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Adam Davies is helping keep Wales 'on track' as they prepare for their assault on the European Championships this summer.

The Stoke City goalkeeper is not only the resident DJ in the Wales camp, he's also part of a group of players who are looking to drive the Dragons to success – by staging their very own Formula One video game competition.

The Welsh are in Baku, Azerbaijan, putting the finishing touches to their preparations for their group opener on Saturday against Switzerland.

And as part of their build-up, Davies and a few of his teammates have found the perfect release after a day of training – competing on the virtual race tracks.

How Davies and his Wales teammates wind down after a day at training

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"About eight or nine of us have got wheels for it and set up our own little Grand Prix," said two-cap stopper Davies.

"We're all in different rooms and can connect to one lobby. We've been playing the Baku course as well and it's been fun, really good.

"David Brooks is really fast, and it's a little bit annoying as I'm probably the second best out of everyone.

"When Brooksy's behind me I know he's going to overtake me. Big Kieffer Moore is the worse player I've ever seen on it – he's too big for the car!"

The 28-year-old's game time last season was limited due to a knee injury.

That saw him sit on the sidelines for five months.

And yet despite that, he still played more games for his club (21) than his Welsh rivals Wayne Hennessey (1) and Danny Ward (5) – a strange scenario considering he is likely to be third choice this summer.

Nevertheless, Davies won't have any problems motivating his colleagues.

As mentioned, he is the man on the decks for Robert Page's side – and he'll be hoping the tunes will prove to be motivational as Wales look to build on their hugely impressive showing at the last Euros in 2016 when they famously reached the semi-finals.

"I've had the last job for the last couple of years," Davies said.

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"I put a couple of mixes and some good tunes on to get the lads up for the game.

"It's quite Housey, very upbeat. I've got some decks at home as a friend of mine got me into it.

"It took me a couple of years to get used to it but it's something I do in my spare time. I love it."

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