Sullay Kaikai is delighted to be back in action again, following his return from injury this week.
The winger, who missed the last three matches prior to his return to action against Wycombe on Tuesday evening, also admitted it can be mentally challenging when out through injury.
“It’s always difficult when you’re out and just watching the team play,” Kaikai said.
“I started the season well after joining in the summer, so it was even more frustrating to miss a few matches. But that’s part of being a footballer – you’ve got to be mentally strong and use that frustration and disappointment to your advantage and come back stronger.”
Despite dropping some points in the league in recent weeks, Kaikai insists the squad is more than capable of getting back to winning ways – starting with Saturday’s match away at Burton Albion.
“It’s a great squad and we all work hard for each other,” he admitted.
“Of course, recent results haven’t been what we would have wanted, but there’s still a long way to go between now and the end of the season with plenty of points to play for.
“We’d like to get back to winning ways, and get a few victories on the bounce to climb back up into that top six and that will come.
“There was a big improvement in the last match, so it’s important we continue to build on that game by game.”