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Ingram disappointed not to be higher than tenth
MATT Ingram said it's a reflection of the high standards Wanderers have set for themselves that they're disappointed to only be tenth in the table.
A six match unbeaten run saw Blues climb into the play off places but the 3-2 defeat at Rochdale on Saturday knocked them down a couple of pegs.
Ingram said: "We've had a good start. If you'd said after however many games we've had [nine] you'd be tenth, we'd have probably taken it. The wheels did fall off for 15 minutes at the weekend and looking back on it we're a little bit disappointed we're not higher up in the table.
"Gaz's standards are high. We have to work as hard we can for Gaz and that's what we do. With the standard we've put in, we are disappointed with it [the position in the league]."
The Wanderers keeper demonstrated the standards he has for himself by saying he was disappointed with the concession of the second goal at Rochdale, with all three of their goals coming in the game's first quarter of an hour.
Ingram was let down by the defence in front of him but went on to make a string of excellent saves - including one jaw dropping stop from a Matt Done volley - to keep the score down.
The High Wycombe-born stopper said: "I'm disappointed with the second goal, it kind of went through me. The first 15 minutes were a blur. I didn't know what was going on. I made a few decent saves as the game opened up - we were pushing to try and get back in it and they were hitting us on the break. In the end we did well to get 3-2.
"It was a tough one to deal with. That first 15 minutes was an onslaught and it's a learning curve for us all, particularly the younger boys like myself. I've never been 3-0 down in 15 minutes."
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