Chariboys midfielder Dominic Gape is relishing is current role at right-back, filling in as injuries plague the Wycombe Wanderers defence.

With Michael Harriman out for a lengthy period and Sido Jombati currently sidelined, the Blues have no recognised right-back to call upon.

However, midfielder Gape has stepped into the roie with assured performances against Swindon and on Saturday at home to Cheltenham and it is a role with the former Southampton midfielder is enjoying.

He said: "I have played at right-back before and I have played in similar circumstances in the under 23s at Southampton.

"I am enjoying it and enjoy playing anywhere on the pitch so if the gaffer asks me to play anywhere I will do so.

"When I was younger when I first played at right-back, my youth team coach told me that is was a good string to add to my bow, to be able to play another position if something like an injury crisis happens.

"Playing at the under 23s is slightly different but I was playing against really high quality players who have gone on to do some great things and I have called on those experiences.

"It is a position where the game is in front of you and being a central midfielder I like to think my passing is my strength and at right-back I have the whole pitch in front of me so it is a case of picking the right ball.

"When the ball is on my side, the gaffer gives me the license to go forward and play and I will try to do that as much as possible."

Gape, who celebrated his 50th game for the club on Saturday, said the dressing room was a downbeat place afterwards.

He added: "It was a quiet place after the game and it was a tough one to take.

"Everyone was a bit down but we got a point and we need to build on that now and start picking up some wins."