On-loan Chairboys defender Dan Scarr is delighted to be fully fit and back in the side after suffering a nasty injury at the end of last month.

Scarr has been excellent since arriving from Birmingham City but had a couple of weeks out with a mysterious foot injury sustained during a match in October.

Scarr said: “I honestly am not sure how it came about. I played against Swindon and I am not sure if someone trod on my foot.

“On the Sunday I was sitting down eating my dinner and I couldn’t get up and walk. I don’t know it I got bitten or stung but it is just one of those things but fortunately it has gone now so that’s all good.”

The defender returned last week in the 2-0 win at Solihull and was praised by Gareth Ainsworth for his performance during that match.

Scarr explained that he is now suffering from no ill-effects and that is was great to be back in familiar territory last weekend.

He added: “I felt good. Because of the infection and being off my feet, luckily enough I was back in Birmingham and they said that they will assess it but I was continually doing fitness work so I was training and felt quite good coming into the game anyway.

“We played very well at Solihull and it was their cup final and it was good that we stayed professional and did our job.

“It was good to have a ‘home’ game, only being 20 minutes around the corner. It was good to catch up with a lot of people and I stayed behind after the game to see everyone so it was nice.”

Now, the league fixtures kick in again and Scarr said he was raring to get back and try and help Wanderers contend at the top end of the table.

“Every game in this league is a tough teat. You only need a couple of people to be off it and it becomes a very hard game,” commented the centre-half.

“If we stay professional like we did Sunday, I hope we can get the job done this weekend up at Morecambe.

“At the end of the day, we all want to get the points and try and get Wycombe promoted and that’s the goal.”