Scott Brown sees the weekend’s fixture at home to Cheltenham Town as a chance to immediately start another run of results, after seeing their six-game unbeaten run in the league come to an end at Swindon.
The keeper - who has been in inspired form of late – was left frustrated with the narrow 1-0 defeat at the County Ground, which was a game limited to few chances that saw Wanderers suffer their first defeat on the road since February.
Speaking after the game, the keeper said “We’re disappointed the run has come to an end, but the good thing is that we’ve got another game next weekend where we can start to go on another one.
“Credit to Swindon, they defended well and had a few chances but we were still in it right until the end and sadly we couldn’t get the goal.”
The Chairboys shot-stopper made yet more top drawer saves at the weekend, after already earning many plaudits for his displays between the sticks in recent weeks.
Brown though, says he is keener on results than personal acknowledgements.
“You take each game as it comes.
“It is always nice to make a few saves, but it would be more important to get the result so there is no personal pride from today’s game.”
Scott will come up against his former employers this weekend when the Chairboys welcome Gary Johnson’s Cheltenham to Adams Park.
After spending just under 10 years with the Robins, the keeper also spent the second half of last season on loan at LCI Rail Stadium, keeping four clean sheets as Cheltenham secured their League Two status.
After experiencing life under Johnson, Brown is expecting a tough test coming Wycombe’s way on Saturday.
“Cheltenham will be a tough game.
“Having played under him, I know Gary Johnson’s teams are very direct and like to get the ball in the box.
“It will be a really tough game, but it is one we are looking forward to on home soil, and hopefully we can get the three points.”