Morias: We wouldn't be where we are without the fans
JUNIOR Morias said he loves the Wanderers fans after manager Gareth Ainsworth said Adams Park will erupt when he gets his first goal.
Blues supporters chanted the 17-year-old's name as he was introduced as a late substitute during the win over Fleetwood and he almost repaid their backing with a goal after Anthony Stewart's 89th minute winner.
And the winger said the players respond to the support, saying it's the reason behind Wanderers' surge up the table.
Morias told the Bucks Free Press: "I've got a great relationship with the fans. They are always supportive. I don't think we would be where we are today without these fans, they are magnificent.
"When we're losing they're behind us, when we're winning they're behind us. They are diehard fans - that's why we as players go out there and work our socks off to give the fans what they want.
"Winning games in the last minute, that's the best thing you can ever think of.
"We love the fans, we give them our respect and that's why we work hard for them."
Morias scored five goals in eight games on loan at Hendon before being recalled a week early after injury to Joel Grant and fitness concerns over player/boss Ainsworth and Bruno Andrade.
Ainsworth said: "When Junior scores this place is going to erupt, and I'm so pleased he's getting minutes. He's looking sharp in training.
"The loan is exactly what I wanted out of the loan - fitness, sharpness. Hendon were gutted I had to call him back one game early.
"Junior Morias will be a good player. His attitude is superb, he's the most positive person around the place. I want him to get that goal because I think he deserves it."
He looked like he was going to follow Stewart's example with his first ever professional goal after bursting through the Fleetwood defence but he scuffed his chance wide.
He said: "Everyone was saying today's the day, it's going to come. I could be upset but as a striker sometimes you're going to miss chances that you think you should have scored. You just move on to the next one, keep working hard and believe."