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Blooms feeling back to his best

18 February 2014

Matt Bloomfield believes he is getting back to his best form in the famous quarters.

Wanderers welcome Chesterfield to Adams Park on Saturday (k.o 3pm) and Blooms, who starred against Fleetwood in a more central position, revealed he is happy to feature wherever boss Gareth Ainsworth wants him to – as long as he’s in the team!

“I’ve really enjoyed the last two games,” the midfielder told Chairboys Player. “I played on the left to start with and then a bit more centrally against Fleetwood.

“I don’t mind where I play as long as I’m in the team and out on the pitch. I’m starting to feel back to old myself again, I feel sharp and the fitness is coming back.

“I’ve been pleased but it’s just a building block. All I care about is that we get enough points to stay in this division. Hopefully I play well enough to stay in the team and help us to achieve what we want to achieve.”

Wanderers weren’t in action last weekend as their fixture at Cheltenham Town was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch, and Bloomfield says there were positives to come out of the match not going ahead.

He added: “The lads were all disappointed because we were quite pleased with our performance on Tuesday against Fleetwood and we were really looking forward to Saturday’s game.

“We have to take everything as it comes and we’ll deal with it. It meant that we had a weekend to get over the two games from last week and we’re now looking forward to a full week’s training, Chesterfield on Saturday and then Exeter.

“Two draws was a step forward and we put in a decent performance against Fleetwood last Tuesday. We felt that we were in a good place and were looking forward to the game, but that’s football, the game was off and we’ll take the confidence that we have into this week.”

Tickets for Saturday’s visit of the Spireites are priced from just £5 for juniors, £9 for young adults, £11 for seniors and £15 for adults. U7s can enjoy this and all league fixtures for FREE. 

A family of four (two adults and two juniors) can watch the game for just £25, while season-ticket holders will be provided with an extra £5 guest ticket, which if redeemed will see them receive 500 TeamCard points (equivalent of £5) to spend on merchandise or their 2014/15 season ticket.

That’s not the only entertainment at Adams Park on Saturday as Bloomfield kicks off his testimonial year with a special fans’ night in the Vere Suite.

A number of ex-Wanderers have already signed up for the evening including Keith Ryan, Matt Phillips, Danny Senda, Sergio Torres and Ben Strevens, as well as former boss John Gorman.

Local band – and Wanderers fans - Subrosa5 will be providing the music, while there are plenty of Q&As planned with the former players, as well as a variety of games. Food will also be available, while tickets are priced at £20.

Buy online, by calling 01494 441118 or in person from the Information Centre at Adams Park.

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