Likewise, James’ speed is a real weapon Wales are looking to use, starting with their Saturday match against Switzerland in Group A.
He and Gareth Bale are key players in their work on the wings and are seen as vital to their hopes of progressing to the knockout stages.
“I work on shooting and crossing with both feet every day,” Daniel told reporters.
“In my early days, I had a lot of my passes for Oli McBurnie at Swansea from the left.
“It’s nothing new in my game. He was always there. Even for Wales, I played right and left.
“I and jazz [Bale] We’ve played both positions before, and if we play either side, we’re ready and we know our job and our roles.”