Golf-mad Gareth Bale has given the thumbs-up to his new 'Wales, Golf, Madrid' song after recently claiming he would rather be on the golf course than playing for Real Madrid.
The new song was first heard by Welsh fans during their recent Euro 2020 qualifying match against Azerbaijan, which Wales won convincingly 2-0 to move into third spot in Group E - check out the new song below...
Wales fans chanting "Wales, Golf, Madrid" in support of Gareth Bale after he said he enjoyed playing for Wales a lot more than playing for Real Madrid. Excellent. pic.twitter.com/uWbOivg5oe— Natter Football (@NATTERFOOTBALL) November 17, 2019
"I’ve heard it, especially when I was on the bench when I came off and the boys were laughing," Bale said prior to Tuesday's crunch match vs Hungary which his nation duly won 2-0 to progress to Euro 2020.
"It’s a bit of fun. We want the Welsh fans to be the same as always - to be supporting us, to sing, to be the 12th man."
Wales defeated Hungary on Tuesday night in a winner-takes-all match to finish second in their group.
After the game, Bale was seen holding a Welsh flag featuring the lyrics to his new song, along with the rest of the squad...
Real Madrid goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois hit out at Bale last season calling him "the golfer", with reports claiming many of the squad don't particularly see eye-to-eye with Bale.
A number of clubs have been linked with sealing the signature of Bale in the January transfer window, including Manchester United.
Bale had not featured for Real Madrid since he picked up an injury during the last round of internationals, but he did manage 60 minutes during his nation's victory over bottom-ranked Azerbaijan on Saturday and he played 88 minutes against Hungary.
The Welsh winger might be one of the world's greatest footballers, but his golf game isn't too shabby either - just as Mark Crossfield found out last year...
Bale has even built three of golf's most iconic holes in his backyard to practice - CLICK HERE TO WATCH
Earlier this season, Bale suggested he would be happy to simply stay in Madrid, count his money and play golf all day if Zidane didn't want to use him in the first team - CLICK HERE TO READ.