Dean Morgan says boss Gary Waddock was a major factor behind him joining Wycombe.
The 28-year-old forward signed a short-term deal on Thursday and could make an immediate return to former club Chesterfield on Saturday when the Wanderers make the trip to the Proact Stadium.
"I was just waiting for the right move," Morgan told Chairboys Player. "I’ve been speaking to the gaffer over the past few days and he made me feel I could be a massive part of things.
"It’s a confidence lift and I when I feel like I have confidence and freedom to express myself, I feel I can play a big part.
"I didn’t know (that Wycombe play Chesterfield on Saturday) and when I was told it was even more exciting. I’m not bothered about the reception, I just want to show them what they’re missing. I think a few of their fans are missing me because I’ve had a lot of tweets over the last few weeks asking me to come back."
Morgan played the full game as a Wycombe development side beat Nike Academy 3-0 on Tuesday and now has his sights set on breaking into the team.
He said: "I felt I did alright (against Nike Academy) seeing as I didn’t feel I was as fit as everyone else, but I think my ability took over in certain bits and pieces. I think I’ll get better as the weeks go on.
"I’m available for selection but that’s not my decision. Hopefully he (Waddock) picks me and I’ll go in there, do a good job and hopefully we can win the game."
Morgan added: "I’m the sort of player that likes to bring a creative spark - attacking is my forte. I like to create chances and score as many as possible.
"I’m not a selfish player, though, and if it’s easier for my team-mate to score then then I will pass them the ball."
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