Two former Huddersfield Town players have key roles behind the scene as Wales aim for Euro 2016 success.

Martyn Margetson is goalkeeping coach and Chris Senior one of three masseurs working with Chris Coleman’s squad in France.

Margetson, 44, played 59 games between the posts for Town between 1999, when he joined from Southend United, and 2002, when he moved to Cardiff City.

Neath-born, he also played for Manchester City, and is in his second spell as Cardiff’s goalkeeping coach after a stint at West Ham United.

Capped once as a player, he has worked with Wales since 2011.

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Huddersfield-born former striker Senior, 34, came through Town’s academy.

Unable to break into the first team, he forged a successful non-league career with Wakefield, Scarborough, Halifax Town, Altrincham, Alfreton Town, Darlington and Guiseley.

He scored Darlington’s extra-time Wembley winner against Mansfield Town in the 2011 FA Trophy final.

Senior worked as a masseur at Sheffield United before joining Town in the same role in 2012.

He moved to his current club Arsenal in 2014.

He is one of three masseurs with Wales in France.

Coleman’s side are in Group B alongside England, Russia and Slovakia.