Experienced midfielder Sam Wedgbury has praised the group of players assembled this season at Buxton.
The former Chesterfield and Wrexham man joined Gary Hayward’s Northern Premier Division side in August, with the Bucks competing well at the top end of the league up to now.
As part of his extended interview with this site, Wedgbury said:
“Yeah, it’s been good; it’s been good to be with a winning team. It’s been a little bit stop-start for myself.
“I’m never normally too good in pre-season, obviously you’re just finding your feet and getting back playing, so I think the first few games of the season, I didn’t start. Then obviously, we were winning, so it’s hard to get back into a winning team.
“I came in at one point, we won a few on the spin, and I cracked my rib, so I was playing through it for a couple of weeks, but it just got worse. This lockdown has actually been quite good for me, because it’s allowed that to recover.
“On the whole, I’ve really enjoyed it, and like I say, really good to be part of a winning dressing room.”