BBC Sport - Alex King: New Wales attack coach wants 'ambitious' style

Wales will play ambitious rugby - King

Alex King, Wales' attack coach for the 2017 Six Nations, says the team wants to "play rugby the way the Welsh public want us to play".

The 41-year-old's role normally is held by Rob Howley, who is in charge of Wales while head coach Warren Gatland is on British and Irish Lions duty.

Former England fly-half King, who was Howley's half-back partner at Wasps, tells BBC Wales Sport's Nick Webb how Wales hope to adapt their playing style this year.

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