Michael Harriman says the Wanderers supporters are playing a major role in the Blues’ fine recent form.The 20-year-old has impressed in his five appearances with the Chairboys since joining on loan from QPR and was named man-of-the-match in Monday’s 1-0 victory at high-fliers Gillingham, as Gareth Ainsworth’s side made it eight wins from their last 12 games.
“The support has been great,” he said. “They’ve been brilliant to me and cheer us on all the way through the games. It’s always good playing at home and I’m looking forward to getting out there again.
“All their support throughout the game is valued and they don’t know how important it is and how much the boys appreciate it. Getting that roar from the sidelines does spur us on and at the end of the day we are getting the points for them.
“I’ve only been here a few weeks now, but the mood in the camp has been positive the whole time I’ve been here. It’s always good to come into a positive camp because it means you can play at your best and the whole team is playing at their best.”
Wanderers go in search of their fourth win in five games on Saturday when York City are the visitors to Adams Park.
Tickets for the match start at just £5 for juniors and £16 for adults. Secure you seat by calling the ticket office on 01494 441118, visiting the Information Centre or going online.
A full interview with Harriman will be in Saturday’s edition of “1887” which is available for £3 from the usual outlets around the ground.