Date: 7th April 2014 at 11:00pm
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Striker Charlie Wyke has thanked the fans and the club for the support they have given him during his loan spell with us from parent club Middlesbrough, but he admitted it was disappointing to sign off his spell with us only taking a point from the Bristol Rovers game and not all three that everyone wanted.

Speaking to the Official Site as his loan period with us expired at the end of the game, the young striker said he had had a fantastic time with us and he feels he’s definitely leaving us as a better player, so he thanked everyone from the fans, to his colleagues, to the coaching staff for playing their part in that over the last three months.

The 21 year made his final appearance for us from the substitutes bench with only a few minutes remaining but it did mean that during his time at the club he made 17 appearances all in, with 11 of those being starts and scored twice with his goals coming on his debut against Wycombe Wanderers and in the Oxford match.

‘The fans have been great with me. I’ve had encouragement all the time from them and really positive messages on the internet. Everyone has been fantastic with me and I wish Wimbledon all the best for the rest of this season and the future. It’s been a great learning curve for me. I’ve learned so much thanks to Neal, Coxy and Bass. Hopefully I can now take all that back to Middlesbrough.’

Having admitted that he wanted to sign off his spell with us with a victory, Wyke said that the fans should be confident moving forward given our overall display and he picked out fellow loanee Kwesi Appiah as somebody he more than tips to have a bright spell with us given the quality he has seen in training and his two appearances for us so far.

‘Kwesi has been at the club less than two weeks, but he’s already making a good impression. He looks a very good player and I wish him all the best. It was probably the best that we had played as a team for a long time overall, but we just could not get that goal again.’

Wyke says he hopes now to see Wimbledon take that form and desire into our next matches and then he’s very confident that we’ll pick up points.

Let’s hope he’s right and I’m sure everybody will thank him for his efforts.

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