Wales manager Ryan Giggs has hit out at his "complacent" players after their 1-0 friendly defeat in Albania.
Tuesday's loss in Elbasan was Giggs' fifth in nine matches in charge.
Wales wasted several chances before conceding a second-half penalty, which Bekim Balaj converted to condemn the visitors to defeat.
“The performance was not good enough, we deserved what we got,” said the Wales manager.
“We totally controlled the first half and we thought it was going to be easy. It’s nothing to do with hard work or the ability of the players.
“Quite simply, it was concentration and complacency. We just turned up thinking we would win, someone would score the goal, someone would get us out of trouble.”