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Friendship helping on-field displays

12 December 2013

Kortney Hause says his and Anthony Stewart’s friendship off the field can only improve their centre-back partnership on it.

The highly-rated duo impressed last Saturday against League 1 side Preston North End, and could feature alongside each other again when Scunthorpe United visit Adams Park on Saturday (k.o 3pm).

“Ant’s young like me and our relationship off the pitch is good,” Hause told Chairboys Player. “We’re quite close and that therefore reflects on the pitch.

“We help each other out that bit more and I think that makes us solid as a pair.

“If you’re with someone practically every day of the week then you’re going to have a strong bond and that can only help on the pitch.

“Ant has been very, very good for us this season. He’s chipped in with a few goals as well to be fair! He’s been playing well and hopefully that can continue.”

Hause has been earning rave reviews since Gareth Ainsworth handed him his debut just over 12 months ago, and the modest 18-year-old says he owes a lot to Blues’ boss.

He said: “There aren’t many other 18-year-old centre-backs who are playing league football. That obviously makes me feel good and I have to thank him for trusting me.

“I’m kind of happy and I’m doing alright. I just want to keep working hard and keep striving for things.

“If I’m in the team then I want to stay in the team and establish myself at Wycombe Wanderers.”

, by calling 01494 441118 or in person from the Information Centre at Adams A family ticket (two adults and two juniors) is also available for just £25! Buy 
 Ticket for Saturday’s game start from just £5 for juniors, £9 for young adults, £11 for seniors and £15 for adults. U7s can enjoy this and all league fixtures for FREE.

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