Bristol bound fly-half Matthew Morgan has described his surprise selection for Wales' tour to South Africa as a 'dream come true'.
Morgan was overjoyed to be selected in Warren Gatland's 32 man squad after an impressive cameo off the bench for the Possible during their defeat at the hands of the Probables at the Liberty Stadium last night.
Gatland was full of praise for the 21 year-old saying he 'came from nowhere' to force his way into the New Zealanders plans. Wales fly out for their two test tour on Thursday.
Wales Squad to South Africa:
L Williams, M Morgan, J Williams, G North, A Cuthbert, C Allen, J Roberts, J Davies, S Shingler, J Hook, D Biggar, M Phillips, R Williams, G Davies.
G Jenkins, P James, A Jones, R Jones, S Lee, A Jarvis, K Owens, M Rees, S Baldwin, A-W Jones (Captain), L Charteris, J Ball, I Evans, A Shingler, J Turnbull, D Lydiate, T Faletau, D Baker.
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