After playing their part in the 3-2 win at table-toppers Luton Town in midweek, Nathan Tyson and Scott Brown look ahead to Saturday’s home fixture against play-off chasing, Carlisle United.
It was a special night for Tyson at Kenilworth Road as his brace and assist not only helped the Chairboys register three priceless points, but it also saw him reach the grand total of 50 goals for the club.
With Wycombe’s 100% league record in 2018 still intact, the forward feels the team are building momentum and have no plans to slow down any time soon, but must use the mantra of ‘taking it one game at a time’.
“The togetherness at this club is one of the best that I have been at,” Tyson said.
“We’ve got the momentum now, we just need to keep building on it, not get too carried away as we’ve got a big game on Saturday to prepare for, and then another big game after that and so on.
“We’re very focused now on the job that needs to be done.”
Like many times this season, Wanderers largely owed the result on Tuesday night to the heroics of their keeper.
Brown produced a number of fine stops against the Hatters, including one late on to deny Harry Cornick with less than a minute of normal time remaining.
Although pleased with the win in the week, Wycombe’s stopper warned that it will mean nothing if the team don’t follow that up this weekend.
“If we don’t put in another good performance on Saturday and get the result, then the win (vs Luton) won’t mean anything,” Brown said.
“If we can go and get the three points it will cap off a fantastic week but we know it is going to be tough as they (Carlisle) are pushing for the play-offs as well.
“The league is still really tight, and it shows that as if the result didn’t go our way against Luton we could have dropped outside the play-offs.
“We’ve won four games in a row now, but we’ve got to just keep taking one game at a time and push right until the end.”