Striker Olly Taylor has vowed to keep putting in the hard work after making his first two professional appearances for Wycombe in the past week.
He said: “I was a bit nervous coming on, but I thought I did quite well. I was quite tidy, m
Taylor made a big impression at Chesterfield after coming on after 72 minutes.
“The people that work harder probably go further in their careers and that’s what I’m trying to do.”
“You’ve always got to try and improve,” he told wwfc.com. “There’s always a part or parts to your game that need improving.
Taylor, who came on a substitute at both Chesterfield last Saturday and Exeter City on Tuesday, spends at least 30 minutes working on his shooting most mornings before training. ade a nuisance of myself and won some headers.
“I’d love to add goals to my game; in fact it would be nice to be well known as a goalscorer more than anything. I also want to assist goals and will work hard too.
“I just want to keep going and get a start now.”
is again targeting a spot in the matchday squad for the club’s anniversary game with AFC Wimbledon on Saturday. Taylor
“He’s given me my chance in the first team which I really appreciate,” said the 18-year-old. “He’s really good at instilling confidence in the younger lads.”
The first-year professional is the latest in a long line of young players who have been given their debut by Gary Waddock – someone he has the utmost respect for.
“Hopefully I can make the bench. If I get on, a goal would be great!
“The lads have all been really welcoming. Hopefully we can get together and get the win that we need.”
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