Wanderers forward Nathan Tyson is delighted to be back in action after making his first start in over two months against Chesterfield.

The jet-heeled front man made a pleasing return to the starting XI in the home win on Saturday after making a cameo at Stevenage the weekend before.

However, the 35-year-old thought the injury he sustained at Cambridge in early October could have been it for him.

Tyson went down awkwardly after firing a shot and the subsequent details weren't good. However, a scan showed it was far less serious than initially feared, a result that mightily relieved the former Forest man.

He said: "I thought that was it. I have done my knee twice before and this time it felt differently in the way I did it.

"I thought to myself that it felt bad here but fortunately the scan showed it wasn't as bad as I thought and at least I can come back playing.

"It is scary when things like that happen. I prepared myself for the worst and had a better outcome from it and prepared myself for the journey ahead and the rehab and as the weeks went by I just got better and better.

"I want to say a huge thank you to Cian O'Doherty [physio] and David Wates [fitness coach] for all the hard work they have done with me and it is fantastic to be back."

Tyson also revealed he had the support from all the squad and exclaimed that this is one of the best dressing rooms he has been part of.

He added: "The lads here are fantastic and have been so supportive. It is a very good dressing room and probably the best dressing room I have been in throughout my career.

"The manager and staff have been fantastic with me. The recruitment and the type of players they have got in have hit the nail right on the head.

"When you have a happy dressing room and everyone gets along for each other, that is half a job done by the management team.

"For me, it is very positive here and there is no negativity around the camp and everyone pushes each other."