Wycombe content for Tyson
By Simon Fudge
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Nathan Tyson is delighted to still be at Wycombe Wanderers for the time being.Wycombe Wanderers striker Nathan Tyson is happy he does not need to think about his future until the New Year.
The 23-year-old has become one of the hottest properties in the lower divisions after scoring 10 goals in as many matches for The Chairboys this season.
The former Reading hit-man admits he was unsettled by a £300,000 bid from Championship side Cardiff City on transfer deadline day last month and is happy to concentrate on his football with John Gorman's side.
"Nothing can happen until then and I am glad it's like that," Tyson told the Bucks Free Press.
"Otherwise, my head would be all over the shop. It would have been a fried egg.
"Now with this transfer window, I can just get on with things at Wycombe and get my head down because I know nothing can happen.
"It is a bonus. I can keep doing my job without all the extra pressure.
"It had got me down a bit realising that I have let people down a bit by saying I want to go at the end of the season. But I was just being honest and I don't regret saying it.
"I will work my backside off for the gaffer. He has done a lot for me with his coaching and I want to give him and the club something back - even if it does mean that I end up leaving in January."
Meanwhile, Wycombe's search for new faces has prompted them to hand a trial to centre back Danny Brown.
Brown was a Chelsea trainee before a back injury disrupted his career progress.