David Stockdale joined Stevenage on loan and has been impressing, saving a penalty to secure his side the three points.

The 35-year-old keeper has made five appearances for Stevenage after joining the club.

He has also been named in the League Two Midweek Team of the Week for his heroics in Stevenage’s 1-0 win against Tranmere Rovers.

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The keeper was at it again as he pulled off a brilliantly saved from Tom Nichols' penalty tipping the effort onto the bar.

The keeper admitted it was great to be backed involved in playing games after such a long time out.

Stockdale said: "I love it, the last game I played before coming was nearly a year ago so it has been great to be back involved.

"I can’t say there was a load of offers there because I have not played for such a long time.

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"It was a brave decision from Alex but I think it was because he scored past me once and he wanted me here to remind me.

"I’ll let him have that if we keep picking up three points."

The on-loan Chairboys keeper will look to help Stevenage for another three points against Walsall to help in their own survival campaign.