Reading midfielder Charlie Savage is to remain with the senior Wales squad after making his debut in his country's 4-0 win over Gibraltar.

The 20-year-old put in a Man of the Match performance and gained an assist at Wrexham's Racecourse Ground, earning plenty of plaudits.

He was scheduled to rejoin the Under-21 squad today, but he will remain with Rob Page's side for their Euro 2024 qualifier with Croatia on Sunday.

"For me to be here with his grandma and his family was amazing," father Robbie Savage told BBC Radio Wales after watching his son's debut.

"He deserves it. League One is different, but tonight was the perfect game for him, utilising his passing and he was magnificent.

"His grandma lives in Wrexham, I was brought up here and it's the first time she's really been out of the house because of Covid and a hip operation. His grandad would have loved to be here."

Charlie has played every League One match for Ruben Selles' Royals so far, scoring twice in all competitions.