Young Chairboys star Nick Freeman is enjoying life at Wycombe as he gets a thoroughly deserved extended run in the side.

Freeman has been in superb form for Wanderers in the past month or so, providing important assists for the likes of Adebayo Akinfenwa as well as chipping in with a couple of vital goals.

The playmaker has been a beneficiary of the injury suffered by Nathan Tyson in early October and he hasn't looked back with a string of impressive displays.

He said: "I am really enjoying being in the side. It feels good to be in the team and getting a run of games and having a feel for what League Two is like by playing regularly.

"Playing on the left is a role I really enjoy because I can come inside on my right foot so it is the position I like playing."

Earlier on in the season, Freeman was playing a crucial role from the bench, lighting up Adams Park with some terrific cameos from the bench.

Every time he has stepped out on to the playing surface, Freeman added: "It gives me plenty of confidence to be given a run like this because it shows the gaffer trusts me at home and away in the real nitty-gritty matches.

"It shows that he has faith in you and that is what you want as a player.
"The gaffer and the staff really like the wingers to track the full backs and be aggressive and go up for headers. They love wingers to have that work rate and I have had to learn that is what I have to do to stay in the team."

Alongside Freeman in the front three has been Akinfenwa and Craig Mackail-Smith and he said it has been a joy to play with these two experienced professionals.

"I love playing with those two," commented Freeman.

"Pinging crosses into the box for Bayo is what he loves and that is what I do for and Macca's work rate is phenomenal and his quality is top drawer."

With the Chairboys looking to record their first win in six games against Crawley, Freeman warned: "Every game this season has been tough and we can''t go in thinking we will win every time."