RYAN Giggs believes exciting Cherries prospect David Brooks will “get better and better” under boss Eddie Howe.

The Wales manager named the 21-year-old in his squad for this month’s UEFA Nations League group decider against Denmark and a friendly with Albania.

Brooks impressed in a central attacking role for Cherries during Saturday’s 2-1 defeat to Giggs’s old club Manchester United.

The Warrington-born star has scored three times in five Premier League games, with goals coming against Crystal Palace, Watford and Fulham.

And 13-time top-flight winner Giggs insisted the Dorset club provided the perfect stage for Brooks to showcase his talent.

The Dragons boss said: “He’s the sort of player you’d pay to go and watch.

“He gets you off your seat, takes players on. He’ll just get better and better.

“He’s scoring goals now and I think he’s at a brilliant club under a brilliant manager and he’s got the platform to show what ability he’s got.

“He can be what he wants to be. He’s enjoying his football and I think everyone’s enjoying watching him.”

Wales host Denmark at Cardiff City Stadium on Friday, November 16 (7.45pm) before visiting Albania on Tuesday, November 20 (7pm).

Snapped up by Cherries for £10million from Sheffield United in July, Brooks has started all but one of the Dorset club’s top-flight fixtures.

He was named the club’s player of the month for October, a period in which Howe’s men won three of their four league games.

Brooks claimed 46 per cent of the supporters’ vote ahead of Callum Wilson with 27 per cent.

Colombian midfielder Jefferson Lerma was third with 25 per cent.