HARRY Wilson described as "massive" his goal which helped Wales to a 2-0 win over Azerbaijan last night.

The Cherries loanee nodded in from close range after a Dan James effort rebounded off the woodwork to put his country in control before half-time, having earlier provided the assist for Wigan striker Kieffer Moore to break the deadlock.

Wilson's club-mate Chris Mepham played the full 90 minutes at centre-back, helping close out the clean sheet in Baku which means Wales will now qualify for Euro 2020, if they can beat Hungary in Cardiff on Tuesday (7.45pm).

"I think we all knew we needed to produce a performance and we did that," Wilson told Sky Sports.

"We wanted to start fast and I felt we did that. We passed the ball well.

"The big man (Kieffer Moore) got an early goal which settled us down and for me to get one not so long after that, just to give us that two-goal cushion was massive. I think we could've scored a few more in the second half."

Discussing the importance of his third goal in Wales colours, Wilson added: "I think it was massive. Deej (Dan James), it was a great strike and he was unlucky not to score and the ricochet fell kindly for me and I couldn't miss."

Elsewhere, Nathan Ake made a late cameo appearance as Netherlands drew 0-0 in Northern Ireland to seal their spot at next summer's European Championship.