Wycombe Wanderers manager Matt Bloomfield has praised the performances of Killian Phillips and Freddie Potts in the club’s 2-1 FA Cup victory over Bradford City.

The former gave the Chairboys the lead on 17 minutes with his first goal for the club since joining on loan from Crystal Palace.

Around 20 minutes later, Potts’ brilliant cross was headed into his own net by Sam Stubbs to give Wanderers a two-goal lead.

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However, the assist maker would then be substituted at half-time after suffering  ‘knock’.

Bloomfield said: “Killian was due a goal.

“His performance levels have been very good but all he was missing was a goal.

“He finally got that and nearly got another near the end.

“Killian puts so much effort and time into improving his game, and we can see that.

“He’s quality in the way we take us forward, the way he defends, how he presses…he’s a real enabler in our team so fair play to him.”

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On the performance of Potts, the manager added: “I’m very happy to have him and I’m pleased with the way he conducts himself.

“Potts has been great too in the way he wins the ball back, the way he goes forward and the way he delivers crosses.

“His ball wasn’t met by one of our lads but it still caused danger in the area and he’s been so important for us.

“He took a knock in the first half so we felt responsible that he was looked after in the best way possible.

“So we’ll let that settle down and we’ll see how he is for next week.”

Up next is Stevenage at home on November 11.