Wycombe defender Michael Harriman gave a positive bulletin on his injury explaining his comeback is getting a lot closer.

Harriman broke his leg in the lead up to the Cambridge away game in October after a fine run of form since the start of the campaign, including a scintillating strike against Crewe which paved the way for a last-gasp victory.

It has been a long road for Harriman but the right-back remains bullish he will feature very soon.

He said: “The recovery has been very good and am back on the grass which is nice.

“It is just a waiting game at the moment. It is a case of being professional and building my fitness up and we can go from there.

“I have had two good weeks of training now and I am looking forward to it but when my time comes, it will be sooner rather than later.”

Standing in Harriman’s way for a return to his favoured position is Arsenal loanee Tafari Moore, who has impressed in that role since signing in January.

Harriman relished the opportunity to win his place back with some healthy competition.

He added: “You don’t mind competition. That is always a brilliant challenge.

“We are such a great team, we don’t see anyone as competitive. We are one big group and the team spirit is absolutely brilliant.

“It is competition but hopefully I will win my place back. If I don’t that’s football and that’s the way it goes sometimes and I am just going to keep concentrating on trying to get fitter and working really hard.

“We are all determined to bounce back from those two defeats [against Morecambe and Coventry] and I know the boys are getting back and raring to go.”