Former Huddersfield Town loan midfielder Emyr Huws is aiming to press his claims for a Euro 2016 trip with Wales.

The Wigan Athletic player is in Portugal for a training camp ahead of next month’s big tournament in France.

Manager Chris Coleman has named 29 players in his initial squad and will whittle his list down to 23 names, to be announced next Tuesday.

Star man Gareth Bale is not on the Portuguese trip, which runs until Sunday, because he is preparing for Real Madrid’s Champions League final clash with Atletico Madrid in Milan on Saturday.

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It’s a first major tournament since the 1958 World Cup for Wales, who have a warm-up match in Sweden on June 5.

Coleman’s side kick off their Euro 2016 campaign against Slovakia in Bordeaux on June 11.

They face England in Lens on June 16 and Russia in Toulouse four days later.

Former Manchester City player Huws, 22, made 31 Town appearances, scoring five goals.

Chairman Dean Hoyle ruled out a bid to sign him permanently because of cost.

Llanelli-born Huws has six caps, two of them won while at Town.

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He scored his first international goal in the 3-2 defeat by Holland in Cardiff in November.

He also featured in the 1-0 loss in Ukraine in March.