Nick Arnold wants to be on another happy Wanderers bus after Saturday’s clash at Hartlepool United.
“As a right-back pushing on to midfield, it’s new for me. He’s helping me a lot.”
He said: “Gaz has been telling me what he was doing when he was my age and the way he took defenders on.
The 22-year-old has been operating in a more advanced position down the right-hand side and says the advice he's receiving from former winger and now boss Gareth Ainsworth is aiding his displays.
“I’m doing alright but there’s more to come from me. I’m playing my part and doing my best for the team, that’s all I can give.”
He said: “Playing minutes and gaining experience is why I’m here. I’m enjoying it.
Arnold could make his fifth consecutive appearance for the Chairboys at Victoria Park after arriving on a season-long loan from Reading in the summer.
“We’ll go up to Hartlepool, get the three points and enjoy the six-hour journey back.”
He told Chairboys Player: “It’s all about the winning mentality. It’s brilliant getting back on the bus after winning a game.
The Blues set off on the mammoth 520-mile return journey on Friday lunchtime with Arnold claiming he doesn’t mind doing the distance if the team return with the three points.