Wales legend Hal Robson-Kanu is back and can't wait to pull on the famous red shirt again.

The 31-year-old returns to the fold for the Nations League games against Finland and Bulgaria for the first time since he announced his retirement over two years ago.

But Robson-Kanu says it feels like he's never been away after joining up with Ryan Giggs' squad for tomorrow night's clash in Helsinki(TH).

The West Brom midfielder enjoys cult-status with Welsh fans after his goal in the shock 3-1 win over Belgium which clinched a Euro 2016 semi-final place.

There's even an unofficial 'Hal Robson-Kanu Day' to celebrate the anniversary of that epic victory on July 1.

Hal Robson-Kanu helped guide West Brom back to the Premier League.

He admits he's feeling the love and is just delighted to be back in the fray after doing a U-turn on his decision to quit the international scene.

Robson-Kanu said: “It doesn't feel strange. It feels like I've never been away to be honest.

“I don't regret my decision. We had just been relegated at West Brom, we were going into a 46-game season and there were family reasons. I've got three children and I think sometimes you need to take a break from the demands on you.

Robson-Kanu's goal against Belgium is well remembered.

“It was a decision I needed to make but now I feel good and ready to my best for the nation and it's something I'm really looking forward to.”

He added: “Pulling on a Welsh shirt has always been a phenomenal experience. The Hal Robson-Kanu Day thing has popped up from time to time. What can I say? I don't think it's official! But it is a reminder of that great summer.”

He'd love to pay back Giggs for the understanding he's shown, adding: “I spoke to him prior to qualifying for the Euros and said 'I'm in a better place now and would be ready to be called.'

“He was phenomenal and said the door was never going to be closed and he's sown that's the case.

“There's a fantastic togetherness in this squad and a lot of talent. It's brilliant to be back because there have been experiences you never forget and hopefully, for me, it's all about trying to create more.”

Robson-Kanu adds: “Obviously the highlight was us beating Belgium but the goal was just a moment in time and when I look back it's all about the experience we had as a group.”