Wycombe Wanderers manager Matt Bloomfield has told the Free Press he is ‘content’ with the club’s progress, but is ‘hungry for more’.

The Chairboys are currently 10th in League One and take on newly promoted Stevenage this Saturday at Adams Park.

The Boro arrive in Bucks off the back of a brilliant start to the league season, with seven victories from their opening 16 games, as they lie sixth in the table.

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It’s also important to note that this is the club’s first year back in the third tier since 2014, following their promotion in May.

Speaking ahead of the match on Saturday, Bloomfield said: “I’m hungry for more as I know we’re no way near where we believe we can get to, but we’re content with the progress we have made since February.”

On facing Stevenage, who will have the ex-Wycombe fan favourite Nick Freeman in their team, he added: “They are organised and we know it’ll be a tough afternoon.

“Steve is something that I have a lot of respect for and we know it won’t be easy.

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“But we’ve had several good performances recently and we need to turn those performances into results and good teams do that.

“Our focus is on that, but we have had some really good performances in recent games when we’ve changed formations based on the personnel and the injuries.”

One of the players that has come up trumps in Wanderers’ recent resurgence is right-wing back, Jasper Pattenden.

The 21-year-old has started the last nine games in all competitions, which has seen the club just twice in that time.

He has also kept three clean sheets in that time.

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This has brought his total number of games for the season up to 10, eclipsing the eight he featured in for the club 12 months ago.

He said: “It’s great and I’m thankful to the gaffer for giving me this opportunity.

“It has made us want to get more and go and win more games as we know we have got a fantastic “squad here.

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We’ve got something really, really good and we want to make this a really special season.

“It’s taken a bit of time but that’s just how it goes sometimes – it’s football.

“I’ve been patient by waiting for my chance, I’ve been working hard, and the gaffer has been great with me as he told me what I needed to do it get into the team.

“So when my opportunity came, I knew I had to take it and long may it continue."