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George North feels there is still “more to come” from his Wales career and has targeted winning 100 caps and Shane Williams’ national try scoring record.
North, 27, has won 91 Wales caps and made three more Test appearances for the British and Irish Lions.
The Ospreys wing is sidelined with a hamstring injury and is targeting a Boxing Day derby return at Scarlets.
“One of my goals when I started was to play for my country 100 times. That is a huge ambition,” said North.
Wales have five centurions so far, with North looking to join Alun Wyn Jones, Gethin Jenkins, Stephen Jones, Martyn Williams and Gareth Thomas in the roll of honour.
North has also scored 39 tries in 91 Wales appearances and is third in the try-scoring list behind Thomas (40) and Shane Williams (58).
“For anyone to say they have played 100 times for your country, nobody could ever take that away or doubt you were a half-decent player.,” said North.
“I want to chase down Shane as hard as I can, but I know that will be a tough ask.”
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North managed one try in the World Cup before tearing his hamstring in the 19-16 semi-final defeat a
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