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Knott's loving life as a Chairboy

17 September 2013

Loanee Billy Knott says he will be a fully-fledged Wanderer throughout his time at Adams Park.

The Sunderland midfielder has excelled in his five appearances for the Chairboys and celebrated extending his loan deal with an exquisite chip to seal Saturday’s 3-0 victory at Plymouth Argyle.

Speaking after that win, Knott revealed that he is entirely focused on life with the Blues until his deal expires on 27th November.

“I’m just concentrating on what I’m doing here at the moment and focusing on Wycombe,” Knott told Chairboys Player.

“I’m a Wycombe player at the moment and I class myself as a Wycombe player.  I’m really enjoying it and we’re pushing up the table - we’ll see what happens in the future when it comes to it. I’m just focusing on what I’m doing now.

“It was an easy decision for me to extend my loan because the boys have been great, everyone’s helping and we’re winning games - that’s the main thing as a footballer and I’m really enjoying it.

“Wycombe’s a great club and it’s easy to get on with the lads. You can see from the great team spirit that we’re doing well at the moment and everyone’s flying.”

Wanderers’ win at Plymouth made it four successive victories in all competitions and five unbeaten since Knott joined last month.

However, the modest 20-year-old has played down his role in Blues’ fine run of form.

He said: “It was a great team performance by the lads (at Plymouth) and everyone put in a shift including the subs that came on.

“Everyone helped each other and it was another great win away from home and we’re still pushing up the table.

“It was really good (to score) but it was a bonus to get the goal. The result was the main thing, but it was good to get off the mark.

“It’s nice to get goals from midfield, but if you’re winning and doing alright as a team than that’s the main thing.”

Gareth Ainsworth's side return to Adams Park on Saturday when York City are the visitors.

As a special offer for this fixture, a ticket for a family of four (two adults, one junior and one child) will cost just £30, while regular prices start from £7 for juniors, £11 for young adults, £13 for seniors and £17 for adults. 

U7s can enjoy this and every other league fixtures for FREE in the Family Stand. 

, by calling 01494 441118 or in person from the Information Centre at Adams Park or the Wycombe Swan. onlineBuy Please note there is a booking fee of £1.50 per ticket when buying at the Swan.

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