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Jomal stays patient in Warriors camp.
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Trinidad and Tobago head coach Stephen Hart has said that he will need to keep some extra bottles of aspirin with him because of what he foresees as a selection headache for coming matches.

T&T needs one point from its next two 2018 World Cup Qualifying matches against Guatemala on September 2 and United States on September 6 in order to advance to the final round.

And one player who will be making Hart think about him during his selections is DirecTV W Connection midfielder Jomal Williams.

The ex-Under 20 player was on the bench for the both matches against St Vincent and the Grenadines and Hart has applauded him for his persistence and discipline.

“He’s work quite hard and it’s pleasing to see players like him and some of the other players who went to Grenada showing that kind of desire. This is good for the squad in general and it means players do not have the luxury of believing their spots are sure. The attitude in camp has been tremendous and it shows how much everyone wants to do what is right,” Hart said.

As for Williams, he will wait patiently on his chance.

“It’s been a great two weeks or so with the team. I’ve been learning everyday and taking in everything that the coach has to say to me and the other players. I know my chance will come and I intend to keep working hard and staying fit for that time,” Williams said.

“The chemistry in the team is strong and every player wants to keep pushing each other and doing what is best for the whole squad. I am quite happy to be part of this whole experience,” he added.