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Team spirit will help us bounce back

29 August 2013

Adam Thompson says Blues will respond at Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday

Adam Thompson wants to be on the right end of a result this weekend when Blues take on his former club Wycombe Wanderers.

Adam was on the losing side when the two clubs met at Roots Hall last season, but is hoping he can help Blues bounce back from defeat last weekend with a win at Adams Park.

He said: “To be honest I didn’t have a very good time at Wycombe. I think we lost both games I started and then the manager got sacked so I didn’t really play much for them.

“My first game for the was against Southend at Roots Hall and it was 1-0 to Southend – a repeat scoreline would be nice this time around as we look to get back to winning ways.

“We held our own against Chesterfield and probably deserved more from the game so it was gutting to lose, but it’s all about how we bounce back now.”

Adam is pleased with the impressive partnership he’s formed with Luke Prosser at the heart of the defence.

He added: “I think we’ve worked well together so far. He’s left footed and I’m right footed so there’s a nice balance.

“We both like to get it down and play but we can both be aggressive and win challenges if we have to.

“We’re communicating well and we’ve got a good understanding.

“I’ve settled in really well. All the lads are great and there’s a really good team spirit so hopefully that spirit will help us to the right result this weekend.”

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