Marcus Dinanga believes AFC Telford United’s Matthew Barnes-Homer has had a positive effect on his game.
Dinanga hasn’t stopped scoring in recent weeks and is the Bucks top goalscorer this season, having netted 11 times in the league, also scoring six in his previous five games.
He remains adamant, though, that it is the team performance that counts the most, and he understands that the Bucks were not at their best Saturday, with the 2-1 defeat at home to Darlington leaving them mid-table.
“We went out there to get the three points and to at least come away with a draw. All the lads are gutted and so am I really, because I can’t go home and enjoy the night.
“To be fair, we wasn’t at our best today but we could’ve got something out of the game. I will play where the gaffer wants me to play.
“I will be enjoying my goals more if we were getting something out of the games, but at the moment, we were losing the game today, so I don’t enjoy the goal.”