Chairboys defender Max Muller is hoping to give another solid display against Notts County at Adams Park.
Muller contributed to the team earning their 15th clean sheet in all competitions at Hartlepool United last Saturday, and if selected on Saturday, the German is looking forward to the chance of coming up against the Magpies strike force, which boasts the talents of ex-Premier League strikers Shola Ameobi and Jon Stead.
A resurgent Notts, now under the management of Kevin Nolan, will prove a different test to the one that saw Wanderers take a 2-0 victory in the reverse fixture in December. Muller, who did not play that day due to injury, feels he has been well informed and will be well equipped for the challenge ahead though.
"They have a lot of new signings and a new manager, but I've been through a few clips with Dobbo (Assistant Manager Richard Dobson) and I now feel like I know what to expect," he said.
"I think we can do a good job, and get the points at Adams Park.
"I'm looking forward to playing against the strikers they have as you learn how to compete with the best, as they have played in the Premier League and know what to do to score goals.
"But I hope I can do my job to make them have a bad day."
After an injury plagued start to life at Adams Park, Muller is now coming in to his own and looks at home in the heart of the Chairboys defence.
Hoping for the chance to add to that clean sheet tally against County, Max says he is loving life at the club after joining in the summer.
"Most important are the results, but I am very happy to keep a clean sheet every time it happens," he added.
"We will try to do it again in this game as we try to every game, as we as a back four and keeper feel it is very important for us.
"I've enjoyed my time here even when I was injured, but now of course it is even better now I am getting some minutes.
"I feel I am closer to the players now I am playing so like I said it's even better now and I am hoping for some good times coming for the team and Wycombe in general."