Despite an impressive start to his career as a Chairboy, Reece Styche says the Wanderers fans are yet to see the best of him.
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Read the full interview with Reece in Saturday’s programme, available for just £2 from the usual outlets around the ground.
“It’s just getting that fitness now – the fitter I get, the more hard-working I’ll become.”
“That mazy run at Bury is what I’m all about. I love to get on the ball, create chances and score goals. Since my days in non-league, I’ve always worked hard and chased defenders down, been a nuisance.
He added: “The gaffer has brought me in to hold the ball and bring other people into the game. I’m quite a direct player, but being comfortable with the ball is still something I’m trying to develop.
“I was very happy with the first two games, Saturday not so much, but I came to life at the end of the first half. It’s just getting that first goal but everything is sound.”
“It’s good that the games have come thick and fast, but it’ll take a bit more time until I’m 100%,” he told ‘Quarters’. “Hopefully when I am, I’ll be firing.
The striker has started all three fixtures since arriving on loan from Forest Green Rovers, but he believes his performances will get even better as his match fitness improves following a long injury lay-off.