Wycombe defender Joe Jacobson explained the players are raring to go after two week break as they prepare for this weekend's six-pointer against Oxford United.

The team were due to play Charlton Athletic at home last weekend but the Addicks have a plethora of internationals in their squad so the game has been rearranged for April 9.

Jacobson commented that the squad have been working really hard in the run-up to the game and now they are itching to get back out on the pitch.

He said: "It is strange time to not have a game at this time of the season. Normally there are loads of games going on with people playing midweek and catching up on games missed.

"For us, we have had a two week break and it has been a chance to work hard on the training pitch and look back on what has gone wrong over the past couple of months and do some team building stuff that we did last week.

"It has been a good two weeks but we are desperate now to get a game under our belts and no bigger game than a derby."

The away form has been a concern with just three wins on the road all season but Jacobson admitted that he wasn't too worried, especially with some of the results they have picked up on their travels.

He added: "For the whole time I have been here, over the past four or five years, the away form has been stronger suit for us but this season it has turned around.

"We have picked up some decent points away from home so I don't think there is anything to worry about with that.

"We need to make sure Adams Park becomes a fortress again like it was earlier in the season and make sure we are really hard to beat."