McCoy: We are getting stronger

Wycombe defender Marvin McCoy believes his side will only continue to get better as their lengthy injury list begins to shrink.

Last Updated: 10/12/12 at 12:16   

McCoy: Expects further improvement

McCoy: Expects further improvement

The Chairboys, now unbeaten in four games, have been without an entire first 11 at times this season but have welcomed back a number of players recently - including McCoy who had been sidelined since August.

And with Gary Doherty and Anthony Stewart set to return to training this week, McCoy believes the only way is up for a side now five points clear of the relegation zone.

"We are down there at the bottom of the league but we don't deserve to be there, we've had a lot of injuries this season," he said.

"More and more players are coming back and I think the results are showing that. We are getting a stronger 11 and starting to prove ourselves in the league.

"There is now a lot of competition and we've got a lot of good players and a lot of good players in the treatment room.

"As they come back it will be even more healthy for the club and hopefully we can move onwards and upwards."

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