Aaron Lewis is delighted to have been called up to Paul Bodin’s Wales U21 squad for their UEFA U21 Euro Qualifiers against Belgium and Germany next month.
The full-back arrived at Sincil Bank earlier this month after being released by Swansea City, making his debut against Huddersfield Town in the Carabao Cup.
Speaking about his call-up to the national team Lewis said: “It is always a great honour to represent your country, the European qualifiers will be good to be a part of.”
Lewis went on to discuss coming to Sincil Bank on a short-term deal following a trial period with Bury.
“I will work as hard as I can to show everybody what I can do,” said the defender.
“It is a great club to be around and I fit right into it, I am grateful to Danny and Nicky who have given me the opportunity. The boys have been excellent and living with Joe (Morrell) has been brilliant.
“The fans are brilliant and that was a factor why I came here with their big following.”
With fellow countryman Neal Eardley currently starting right-back for the Imps, Lewis discussed looking up to an experienced player in the Lincoln setup.
“I look at him every game to see what he does and what the gaffer likes in him so it is always good to look up to him and learn.”