Nick Arnold says he is aiming to follow in Michael Harriman’s footsteps and force his way into the first team at his parent club by impressing at Adams Park.Harriman excelled during a four-month stay with the Wanderers and played in QPR’s final game of the season – away at Liverpool – after returning to Loftus Road.
And 19-year-old Arnold, who joined on a season-long loan from Reading earlier this month, revealed he is setting his sights on a similar target.
“The last right-back, from QPR, went and started in their first team,” Arnold told Chairboys Player. “Why can’t I go and do that if I get a good season here?
“I just want to play games. I’ve met a great bunch of lads and I just want to play week-in week-out for this Wycombe team and see what happens at the end of the season.
“I’m part of this Wycombe team and that’s where my focus is at.”
Arnold added: “It’s my first loan move as I’ve been at Reading for six years now and never gone anywhere else.
“As soon as this came up I snapped at the chance. It’s a good club and they’re looking to go forward – I want to be a part of that.”