Chairboys loanee wants extended stay

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Wycombe loanee Stuart Lewis is loving his time at the club and is looking to prolong his stay.

The 24-year-old midfielder joined on a month's loan from Dagenham last week after being placed on the transfer list by Daggers boss John Still, making his first start for the Wanderers in Saturday's 3-1 FA Cup triumph over Chelmsford.

Lewis told the Buckinghamshire Examiner: "I am enjoying it and I would love to stay for longer. The situation arose that I could move and to be given the chance to come to club like this was great, I want to grab it with both hands and show what I can do."

He added: "It was great to get a start and win in the FA Cup so I am really pleased. It is brilliant here.

"This is a Championship or League One set-up to be honest, but we have to earn the right get into those leagues. With the manager (Gary Waddock) here, the club is all set up for that."

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