Bryn Morris has described his experience at Wycombe so far as ‘the most enjoyable time of my career’ as the man on loan from Shrewsbury looks forward to returning to his native north east ahead of the Chairboys’ trip to Sunderland on Saturday.
Morris, who grew up in Hartlepool, began his footballing career at the Middlesbrough academy and is now revelling in the opportunity to return north to play at the Stadium of Light, an eagerly anticipated fixture for all associated with Wycombe.
“I’ve heard they’re getting crowds of about 30,000 and they’re the sort of games that we want to play in so we’ll be really looking forward to putting together a plan of what we are going to do leading up to the game this week. It’s going to be a long journey up tomorrow but we’ll be well up for it.”
The Chairboys go into the game off the back of a disappointing 2-0 defeat to Luton Town in the FA Cup last weekend but Morris believes Wanderers have what it takes to finish in a strong position in League One come the end of the season.
“We’ve got to back ourselves. We’ve done really well against the big teams so if we just piece everything together and be a bit more consistent with results against lower oppositions in the league then I don’t see why we can’t be where we want to be in the table."
The 22 year-old has started well for the Chairboys and is really enjoying playing week-in week-out under Gareth Ainsworth.
“It’s the most enjoyable time in my career so far, playing consistent games. I had a little spell where I spent a couple of games out but I knew, just with patience, that I’d be back in. It was the Rochdale game, I came back in and scored and it was a really good performance so I’m really enjoying it.”