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Weston and Rowe keen for home win

21 October 2016

Myles Weston says it feels good to be back as he hopes to make his first appearance in front of the Adams Park crowd tomorrow against Barnet.

The winger had been missing through injury since the opening day at Crawley, but returned to the matchday squad for last week's trip to Mansfield.

"It is a good feeling to be back, it has been a long time and I can't wait to get out there," he said.

"We were unlucky last week, we should have won really, and we can make it right tomorrow. If we perform like we did last week we can definitely get the win.

"I am excited, I have been out for so long and the fans haven't really seen me, so I want to show them what I can do. I am hungry and, especially after so long out I want to make the most of it and play to the best of my ability."

Last week's trip to the One Call Stadium was also the 50th appearance in a Wanderers shirt for Danny Rowe, who is expecting a tough game against the Bees.

He said: "I didn't know it was my 50th game! I thought it was the game after, so I was just concentrating on the game. It was tough and I thought we played well and maybe deserved the win.

"It is going to be a battle. We will have to face them up, but we have the quality to create some chances like we did at Mansfield."

Check out the full interviews with Myles, who talks about his time under Bees manager Martin Allen at Gillingham, and Danny, who reveals the worst cook in the players' house, all on Chairboys PlayerHD.

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