Chairboys midfielder Luke O’Nien is delighted to be back in the team following a frustrating time with injury lately.

O’Nien missed six weeks with a knee issue sustained in the win at Colchester in September but he is now back and raring to crack on.

He said: “It has been a while and it is great to be back.

“It was about six weeks and trying to get back into the rhythm of things and that is what is happening game by game.”

With O’Nien’s infectious nature and zest for training and football, the former Watford player said he is something of a pain when recovering on the sidelines.

He added: “I must be a physio’s nightmare.

“I think I was told that on a daily basis! It is completely different being in the physio room as you are on the bed watching the guys go out everyday to train.

“You then do your work to get back fit and I was asking the physio about a million questions every hour.

“I think he is happy to have me back too!”

This week saw O’Nien celebrate his birthday on Tuesday but he didn’t get the present he wished as Wanderers returned from Accrington empty handed.

However, the midfielder is determined to put that right this weekend against Yeovil Town.

O’Nien commented: “Losing wasn’t the best way to spend my birthday.

“Fair play to Accrington they played some nice football but I thought we should have come away with a point.

“The goal we conceded was sloppy but I felt like no team created a massive opening and 0-0 should have been the result but it wasn’t to be.

“This weekend we look to cut out the errors from Tuesday’s game and get a positive result.

“The buzz around Adams Park is great. I do look out for Yeovil’s results and I know a couple of their players.

“We will be doing our homework on them and hope to put the plans to good use.

“Hopefully this Saturday is the day we break that Yeovil record and get the win.”