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Manager Jayne Ludlow is already looking
ahead to the 2019 World Cup qualifiers as Wales conclude their Euro 2017 campaign.
Wales cannot qualify for next summer’s European Championship finals in Poland.
Ludlow’s side host Israel at Newport’s Rodney Parade on Thursday before concluding their campaign at the same venue against Austria on Tuesday.
“It’s very important that we get good results in the next two games,” Ludlow told BBC Wales Sport.
“We’re using them to finish this campaign on a positive, but also looking ahead to the next campaign.
“With the squad we have now we’re hoping that everybody will be fit and available come the next campaign.
“We’re building for the future.”
Wales lie third in Group Eight and their slim hopes of qualification were finally ended by June’s home 2-0 defeat by Norway in June.
Former Arsenal captain Ludlow has overseen her first qualifying campaign after succeeding Jarmo Matikainen in October 2014.
“This campaign has been a great learning experience for myself and the coaching staff, which has changed hugely,” Ludlow added.
“The improvements we’ve had over the last couple of years have been great, but we still have a long way to go.”
Israel are bottom of the group, but held Wales to a 2-2 draw in December 2015 and Ludlow is looking to make amends at Rodney Parade on Thursday.
“It was a decent result when you look at it, a point away from home,” Ludlow said.
“But for us as a group of players and staff it was disappointing. We could have done a lot better and down the line we are in a much different position.
“Their development over the campaign has been huge and we’re just looking forward to every game that comes now.”
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