Derby County's new £1m signing David Jones says he has not yet decided where his national allegiance lies.
Jones started his footballing education with Wrexham
The 22-year-old midfielder, who completed his move from Manchester United on Thursday, is eligible to play for both Wales and England.
Jones has played once for England Under-21s in a non-competitive match, meaning he could still play for Wales.
"I definitely have not closed the door on possibly playing for Wales one day," Jones told the Daily Post.
"I've turned down a couple of England get-togethers recently because I want to establish myself as a club regular before I think about anything else.
"It was difficult going away on international duty when I wasn't playing regularly at United.
"But I'm not impatient about that at the moment. I want to do well for Derby County first and foremost and the rest is for the future."
Ironically, Jones' first appearance as an official Derby player will be against the club he joined as a nine-year-old and once supported - Wrexham.
The Dragons have a proud history of FA Cup shocks, and Jones was at the Racecourse in 1992 to witness their biggest upset of all as Brian Flynn's side knocked Arsenal out in the third round.
He experienced the unpredictability of the Cup himself 13 years later when he played the full 90 minutes in Man Utd's 0-0 draw with non-league Exeter City at Old Trafford.
"It just shows what can happen in the Cup and proves that what on paper looks an easy game is never the case," said Jones, who had been on loan at Derby from Man Utd since November.
"Wrexham have a great history in the competition and nowadays every Football League team is well organised and difficult to break down.
"So everyone at Derby is aware that we will need to be top of our game to go through to the next round."