Bauza bids to make impression

Exeter striker Guillem Bauza is fit again and ready to help his side tackle a tough run of games against three sides above them in League Two.

Last Updated: 14/11/12 at 12:51

Bauza: Now with Grecians

Bauza: Now with Grecians

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The Grecians travel to Bradford and Gillingham before a home clash with Rotherham and they'll be boosted by the return of their Spanish forward who netted in the 1-1 reserve draw with Bournemouth on Tuesday having missed the last few games with a knock.

The former Swansea man said: "I am pleased that I was able to play a game and forget my little injury.

"The goal helped but it was a training game. I was out there to get my fitness up, my quality levels back and my confidence up. The important thing now is Saturday (Bradford).

"We have a tough week now with a few important games and it is important for the team that everyone is fit and ready to help.

"I hope I'll be there at Bradford on Saturday ready to help the manager and everyone."

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