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INTERVIEW: Dom Hyam Wycombe Reaction

The defender gave his thoughts after the final whistle...

21 March 2021

Sky Blues defender Dom Hyam gave his thoughts as City added another point to their total, as they enter the back end of the season.

City were left frustrated by Wycombe, as they were held to a goalless draw yesterday afternoon at St Andrew’s

Speaking after the final whistle, Hyam said: “In the end they make it tough every team they play, if we don’t win then don’t lose and it’s a point towards our end of season total that in the end could keep us up.

“You can’t let it play on your mind, it’s in the past and has already happened and we have got to stay positive and keep believing in what we do and the chances will come.

“I don’t think we believed enough that we were going to score today and that’s something we need to take into the next game, a bit more belief we are going to score.”

He revealed that the backline had to stay compact to combat what Wycombe offered going forward and was pleased with a clean sheet.

He said: “It is one of them we do our job at the back, they are going to miss (attackers) and we are going to make mistakes at the back, we are all in this together. So, we have got to be more positive and keep the chances coming and be more ruthless.

“They play a lot of territory football and chuck a lot of bodies forward, we had to stand up to that which I thought we did.

“We have got to be strong, it’s a clean sheet and point towards our goal and we are capable and can play anywhere across the back three so I think we defended well today.”

He also expressed the Sky Blues are confident as they get set for the final nine games of the season after the international break.

He said: “We can only control what we can do, there is no point looking around because there is going to be twists and turns and we focus on ourselves.

“We are the only ones that can affect it, if we keep getting chances we will score, you have got to be worried when you don’t have chances and when you keep having chances you have to bury them.

“It will be a good opportunity for us to train more and we don’t really train much when there are so many games, we will have a balance of some time off and decent training; it is in our hands and we are out the relegation zone at the moment and have got to stay there.”

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