Nick Arnold hopes his impressive performance for the Chairboys against Bristol City in midweek will keep him in the side for Saturday’s clash with Torquay United.
The Reading loanee, 20, has found first-team appearances limited this season, but after a fine performance at right-back on Tuesday night, he is itching to get back on the Adams Park turf again.
“I’m just happy to be back out there to be honest,” Arnold told Chairboys Player.
“I’ll play wherever the gaffer wants me to play. Obviously I’ve come from Reading as a right-back so I more prefer to play there, but if he wants me to play right-midfield I’ll do a job there for him and hopefully stay in the team.”
He added: “Beating a side in the league above is a real confidence boost, especially after a couple of disappointing performances and results.
“So to come out and make a Bristol City look pretty average was great, and it looked as though the whole team enjoyed it, and we got the result which is all that counts.”
Wanderers lie three points off the play-offs in 13th position going into this weekend’s fixtures, and Arnold says it is important that they get back to winning ways to push on in the league.
He said: “Winning games, and especially at home, brings the fans to Adams Park and is a reason for them to come back too, so hopefully we can a result this weekend, keep them happy and push ourselves up the table.”
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