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Moore verdicts deliveredJoe Ledley believes Kieffer Moore must start for Wales at the Euros.
The striker has started just two of his country's eight games since Rob Page took over from Ryan Giggs in November last year.
It comes after the Cardiff City forward transformed Wales' qualifying campaign in 2019 - with Moore playing a key role in the latter stages as the Red Dragons went five games unbeaten in the qualification process after losing to Croatia and Hungary.
And Ledley says the 28-year-old must be deployed from the outset at every opportunity this summer.
"I personally am a massive fan of him, I would go with Kieffer Moore up front, all the time," Ledley told 5Live Sport.
"He can bring people into play like Aaron [Ramsey], [Gareth] Bale. Not just that, he's quick. He'd be a defender's nightmare.
"I would start with Kieffer in every game."
Moore netted 20 Championship goals in his debut season with Cardiff ahead of the European Championships.
And while many have called for Moore to get the nod against Switzerland on Saturday, Hal Robson-Kanu believes Wales will alternate between using a striker and a false nine at the Euros this summer.
"They're looking at that false nine. It's a solution which is maybe what's needed and is going to unlock defences but is also going to give a level of security within the team out of possession," he explained.
"I think, going into these tournaments, you want to be on the front foot. You don't want to be playing in a defensive way where you're almost setting up not to have the ball.
"When you have a number nine up top who can really affect the opposition, and that's not necessarily with the ball, it's without the ball which is as important, if not more important.
"Ultimately, having a number nine up there is going to offer that. I think throughout the course of the tournament, we're going to see both."