Wood was worried by Waddock exit
SAM Wood admits he was left worried about his future at Wanderers after the man who took him to Adams Park was sacked.
The 26-year-old was brought in by former Blues boss Gary Waddock from Brentford over the summer and the winger settled into the team straight away.
A series of good performances in pre-season and an encouraging start to the campaign proper meant it looked like Wood was going to be a key player for Waddock.
But the winger injured his knee and during a lengthy spell on the sidelines Waddock was shown the door by the Wanderers board.
Asked if that worried him, Wood said: "It did if I'm honest. He's brought me in and he liked the way I play. I was a little bit gutted not to work with him a little bit more in the league.
"He was a really nice guy and with the three points [at York in the first game] we started well.
"The results didn't go our way and things didn't work out for him. I would have liked to have worked with him throughout the season."
But he added: "Things have had to change and we've picked up again. Gaz has stamped his authority when it comes to matches and training and it's working."