Gareth Bale used colourful language to describe Aaron Ramsey's stellar performance after Wales beat Hungary 2-0 at the Cardiff City Stadium on Tuesday night.
Ryan Giggs' side booked their place in Euro 2020 with a comfortable home win thanks to a brace from Ramsey, who earned a 60th cap for his country.
The Juventus midfielder opened the scoring when he headed home a pinpoint Bale cross from the right-wing just 15 minutes into the contest.
Ramsey doubled his account just after half-time, producing a smart finish from close range after a Ben Davies free-kick caused havoc in the Hungary penalty area.
Wales reached the semi-finals of the 2016 European Championships in France and will have the opportunity to pit their wits against the continent's strongest nations once again next summer.
Real Madrid superstar Bale took some time out with Ramsey after the game to discuss the Dragons' latest performance and couldn't resist a foul-mouthed dig at his international colleague.
When asked if it was good to see the 28-year-old make the difference upon his return to Wales' starting line up Bale joked: "It's about time he f*****g contributed!"