Knott focusing on Chairboys

Wycombe midfielder Billy Knott says he is staying fully focused on the job in hand during his loan spell at Adams Park.

Last Updated: 17/09/13 at 12:59

Billy Knott: Loving life at Adams Park

Billy Knott: Loving life at Adams Park

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The on-loan Sunderland man, who recently extended his stay until the end of November, scored his first goal for the Chairboys in Saturday's 3-0 victory over Plymouth.

"I'm just concentrating on what I'm doing here at the moment and focusing on Wycombe," Knott told the club's official website.

"I'm a Wycombe player at the moment and I class myself as a Wycombe player. I'm really enjoying it and we're pushing up the table - we'll see what happens in the future when it comes to it. I'm just focusing on what I'm doing now.

"It was an easy decision for me to extend my loan because the boys have been great, everyone's helping and we're winning games - that's the main thing as a footballer and I'm really enjoying it.

"Wycombe's a great club and it's easy to get on with the lads. You can see from the great team spirit that we're doing well at the moment and everyone's flying."

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