Striker says Blues can make the play offs
THE promotion play offs are a realistic aim for Wycombe Wanderers, believes striker Jo Kuffour.
Morale was low amongst Blues supporters after a poor start to the season led to the sacking of manager Gary Waddock, and even as recently as seven weeks ago Wanderers were sitting bottom of the Football League.
But a run of six wins from nine League Two games has moved them out of trouble and led to fans looking up rather than down.
The more optimistic element of Wanderers' support have been talking about reaching the end of season play offs - as have the Blues players, whose confidence has soared after their winning run.
And Kuffour hasn't ruled out the possibility of Wycombe being involved in the promotion shake-up come the end of the season.
The striker said: "We want to get as many points as we can. The play offs are quite far away but in this league as long as you get a good run of ten, fifteen games, you never know.
"We're not too far away after having quite a bad start to the season. We've got to keep going, keep winning games and take each game as it comes. You never know. Once you get into the play offs it's a gamble.
"I want to have a good second half to the season - you never know where you can end up."
Kuffour said that was thanks in part to Blues' attacking style of play, which Wanderers have managed to keep going despite continual changes to their front four.
He said: "Matt [McClure] has come in and done great - he's going to go on to higher things. Dean [Morgan] is a great player as well, he's got good touch and good awareness.
"Our wingers, Joel, Woody, Bruno - we've got a good attacking front four whoever the team. It's exciting times for the second half of the season."