John Toshack has declared himself satisfied with his Wales side's 2-0 win over Liechtenstein tonight, which wrapped up their European Zone, Group 4 qualifying campaign for the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™. Goals in each half from David Vaughan and Aaron Ramsey settled the contest in the visitors' favour in Vaduz.

"I think we deserved to win and maybe we could have had a couple of goals more," said Toshack. "I'm pleased with the result. We created six or seven good chances, took two and overall I think it was a well-deserved result.

I'm pleased with the result. We created six or seven good chances, took two and overall I think it was a well-deserved result.

Wales coach John Toshack on his team's 2-0 win away to Liechtenstein

"I thought we gave the ball away at times when we shouldn't have done. Quality-wise we weren't as good as we should have been but I thought we set about our task well - I couldn't fault the players for that."

On his new-look strike pairing - Jermaine Easter and Simon Church - Toshack added: "Jermaine could have had two or three goals and Churchy worked very hard."

Wales defender James Collins added on S4C: "It's always good to win the game. I'm not massively happy with the performance but its tough coming to a place like this and we're happy to win.

"Liechtenstein made it tough for us. We had a lot of possession but they were tough to break down. We stuck to our task well. Vaughany was fantastic on Saturday and it was the same tonight. He's not been in the squad for a while but he's come back and been superb for us."