Sam Wood says he is looking forward to testing himself against Premier League opposition and former club Brentford during Wycombe's pre-season programme.
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"We've only been able to work on certain things since we've been back and we kept a clean sheet. We've been working on our defending and when we get on to the attacking we will score a few more goals."
"We're still a little bit rusty and I only played 45 the other day, but we're still building and pre-season is all about getting fitness and working on certain things.
He said: "It was good to get 90 minutes. I wasn't expecting it, but I enjoyed it and it’s good to get minutes in the tank in pre-season.
Wood put in an all-action display against Forest Green on Wednesday and got a valuable 90 minutes under his belt to add the 45 he played at Farnborough.
"The games are going to be good workouts. We like to play football and they will all want to play football so they will be good games."
. "But it's good to be playing against those players and trying to prove yourself. Chairboys Player "They're Premier League sides and it's going to be tough," Wood told
Now the 25-year-old admits he cannot wait to go head-to-head with top-flight outfits Fulham (Saturday 28th July) and QPR (Tuesday 31st July).
The midfielder has settled into Wycombe well since his move last month and has impressed in the two friendlies so far.
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