STRIKER Jermaine Easter has issued a public apology to supporters following his admission that he is not in the right frame of mind to play for the club.

He has been dropped for the last three matches following his confession and manager Paul Lambert said he was prepared to let him stew in the reserves all season if he didn't change his attitude.

But on Saturday the Welsh international wrote a message on the popular supporters' website The Gasroom saying sorry for his comments.

Easter, who did not feature in the squad again for Saturday's 3-1 win over Notts County at Adams Park, confirmed after the match that the message was genuine and had been posted by him.

The 25-year-old striker will now link up with the Wales squad this week - missing the next two Wycombe matches.

He was also given permission by the club to conduct a television interview with Sky Sports where he gave a similar message.

It is not known though whether his comments, which were written in text language, will have been enough to persuade Lambert that he is back as a fully-committed member of the squad.

Without Easter, Wanderers scored three times for the first time this season as they overcame the challenge of Notts County 3-1 on Saturday.

Speaking after the victory over County, Lambert said: "I've said enough about the Jermaine Easter thing. It's the game that I'm more worried about.

"I've spoken to Jemma, but I've said enough on it.

"He goes away with Wales this week and I will speak to him when he comes back."