Myles Weston says he’s enjoyed an “amazing” start to life with the Wanderers following his move from Southend United.Last week the announcement of Weston signing a two-year deal was big news for the club and the fans in particular, who are well aware of the threat he poses in front of goal.
The 28-year-old left Southend at the end of his contract in May and has been in touch with Gareth Ainsworth since, which has led to this exciting move. “I came to meet Gareth and I like the ambition he has got for the club and the vision he has got for the future,” he told Chairboys PlayerHD.
“I knew a few boys here and spoke to them, with all of them saying good things about the club and I wanted to be part of that; it’s been amazing so far.”
Weston linked up with his new team-mates on Thursday and has a few days of pre-season training with the Chairboys under his belt, commenting: “It’s been difficult so far but that is what pre-season is about, getting fit for the season. The sessions are in the gaffer’s hands and what he wants us to do, we do and it’s going to benefit us.”
In Weston’s career so far he has come up against the Blues several times and often a thorn in the side of the Wanderers, including setting up the equalising goal for Southend in the 2015 play–off final. “I’ve played against Wycombe loads of times and seem to have done well but hopefully now I can do the same for them now I'm on the same team.
“So far here it’s been good, getting to know the boys, the gaffer, the staff and the training ground so my time here in this short period has been good for me.”
To see Myles Weston’s first interview since joining Adams Park go onto Chairboys Player HD.