Wycombe Wanderers midfielder Freddie Potts has revealed what he has learnt the most since his move to the Chairboys this summer.

The 20-year-old joined the club on loan from West Ham United and has so far featured in all eight matches for his new side, starting six times.

He has completed 90 minutes on four of those occasions and aims to be a mainstay in Matt Bloomfield’s plans for the rest of the season.

However, since making the move to Buckinghamshire, the youngster admitted he ‘needed to learn fast’ due to the pace of League One football.

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Prior to his transfer, Potts had featured in a handful of European games for West Ham, along with fixtures in the Football League Trophy and the PL2.

He said: “I’ve enjoyed every single part of being here.

“This is a different test as everything is so physical and that’s one of the reasons why I have come here.

“The game at Exeter [on the opening day] was a real eye-opener and I realised I needed to learn fast.

“The physical nature, the second balls, the running, the duels, it’s something that I'm not used to.

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“Some people would call it the dirty side of the game and that’s what I’m getting used to.

“It’s helping me adapt my game and it’ll help us get better as the season goes on.”

Wanderers’ next match following the international break is at home to Blackpool on September 16.