AFC Wimbledon will be hoping in-form Danny Hylton doesn't come back to haunt them when they travel to Oxford United on Saturday.
Hylton was the only signing made by former Wycombe boss Gary Waddock during his short spell at the Kassam Stadium.
But according to David Pritchard from the Oxford Mail, the one bit of business he did do might just influence the result in this weekend’s game.
Hylton, who failed to earn a permanent move to Wimbledon after a misfiring loan stint last season, but has hit four goals in his last form games for the U’s.
Pritchard said: "He has been a big hit. Hylton has scored 11 times already, just five behind his best tally for a season, and his nine in League Two make him the division’s leading scorer.
"The 25-year-old, who made his name at Aldershot, tends to play in the hole behind Tyrone Barnett and has had success drifting into spaces out wide, making him difficult to defend against at times.
"He also goes into Saturday’s clash bang in form, with four goals in as many games."
Andy Whing was badly missed for the first two months of the season following groin surgery in the summer says Pritchard - and results certainly support that statement.
The midfielder made his first start of the season in the 2-0 win over Tranmere last month and before that Michael Appleton's side had endured a disastrous start to the campaign.
Pritchard said: "When Whing returned he immediately gave the side a more solid foundation.
"United have plenty of options in the middle of the park, but none have the physical presence of Whing, whose positional discipline allows more creative players in the team to go forward with added confidence.
"A succession of injuries have hampered the 30-year-old in the last couple of seasons, but the U’s will be hoping he can stay fit this time around."
Pritchard's final choice caused a bit of a stir when he first came into the team but seems to have settled in nicely.
In fact Tareiq Holmes-Dennis, who turned 19 recently and had no senior experience before arriving on loan from Charlton Athletic, has done so well that the man he replaced, Tom Newey, went to Northampton Town until January.
Pritchard said: "Holmes-Dennis has slotted into the side impressively over the last few games.
"He is stronger than he looks and contributes at the back, but he also has real quality going forward."
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