Matt McClure is rediscovering his goalscoring touch, according to Chairboys chief Gareth Ainsworth.
"It was a great finish and that's what Matt McClure does. He's definitely back to his form and scoring goals."
"He was one of the bright sparks on Saturday,” said the 40-year-old.
The 22-year-old has found the net twice in his last 81 minutes on the field and will be looking to add to that in the FA Cup first-round replay at Crewe Alexandra tonight. McClure didn’t start against
Cheltenham Town at the weekend after coming at half-time of the cruel JPT defeat at the hands of Swindon Town
due to a head injury.
Ainsworth said: "The injury came into the bearing of team selection and it's something maybe I regret now.
"Matt didn't have concussion, he was never diagnosed with concussion. He had dizziness and loss of memory, but the medical opinion was he never had concussion at
"If Matt had had concussion, you have to have a week before you can be considered again. He was OK to play.
"He's got a big swelling on the back of his head. I didn't want to risk him with what's been in the news lately.
"I had to stick him on in the second half and I thought he did well when he came on. He changed things a little bit and he's prone to get a goal and he showed what a striker he is."
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