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Morgs: That's the standard

27 August 2013

Dean Morgan has called on the Blues to turn their performance at Oxford into the norm.

Wanderers were the better side for large periods of the game despite going down to 10 men early in the second half, and Morgan’s brace looked to have secured all three points until Johnny Mullin’s 96th-minute equaliser.

“It was a massive performance and I think something that we should be doing consistently,” the forward told Chairboys Player.

“Last week was a bit of a blip and it was good to all play well together as a team and in the end we’re disappointed to have only come away with a draw.

“We should be consistently like that all the time. I believe so much in this team and that we should beat any team we play against.

“I think we’re better technically than we were last year and if we stay together as a team than anything is possible.”

Morgan added: “Obviously we’re all down because we should have won the game, but decisions happen and now it’s about taking the negatives and making them positive.

“Together we’re a team. Everything will get said and then next week we’re training and it’ll all be forgotten about, but we’ll also be thinking about what we didn’t do to win the game.

“Ask any team, it doesn’t matter whose top of the league - I think we should be top of the league. Oxford have won their games though and we can’t worry about anyone else.”

Morgs twice gave Blues the lead against the leaders, with his first coming from debutant Billy Knott’s clever flick on.

He said: “Technically he’s (Knott) ridiculous. Coming from a big team you expect him to be miles above and he’s come in today and run around like a house on fire.

“On the ball he was brilliant and he’s the sort of player that I’ll enjoy playing with. He will feed me the ball and then it’s up to me to do the rest.”

Wanderers are back in action on Saturday when Southend United visit Adams Park. Tickets are still available and can be boughtonline, by calling 01494 441118, or by visiting the Information Centre at Adams Park or the Wycombe Swan. 


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