Wycombe defender Michael Harriman is confident heading into tomorrow's crunch League One clash against Southend United.

Both sides are on wretched runs of form, with Wycombe not having won in 12 and Southend going 13 matches without a victory.

Harriman echoed Gareth Ainsworth's sentiments that performances have been good in recent weeks and backed his team-mates to come good at the weekend.

He said: "We have to push as hard as we can and keep playing the way we have been recently and I am sure the results we come.

"I think we have been fantastic in the last few weeks. Sometimes you win when you play badly and lose when you play and that is football.

"We just haven't been getting the rub of the green sometimes and the boys are still positive. We are now playing teams around us and it is a chance to put a gap between us and those teams."

Harriman has come into a different role at left-back in recent games and explained he is enjoying it, having usually been deployed at right-back in recent seasons.

He added: "Your bearings are all different but I have been working hard on my weaker left foot.

"I am pretty confident playing there. It is still the same aspect and it has been enjoyable and I am happy playing."