Bridge-Wilkinson keen to be involved
The 29-year-old had surgery to resolve a troublesome toe injury at the end of February and has been restricted to the odd cameo role since, before playing for the second half in Tuesday night's win over Yeovil. Bridge-Wilkinson said: "It's been a bit of a wait for me, but it's good to get 45 minutes under my belt. "It feels like it's been that long since I did play. I've been getting 15 minutes tops for the last four or five months, so it was nice to get involved." The former Port Vale and Bradford playmaker said: "The win over Yeovil was a big three points. It takes us three points closer to the first objective (50 points) and once we hit that we can settle down and really push on. We can then see where we end up. "I just want to play now. The more time I get on the pitch the better it will be for me. Hopefully I'll get more time on the pitch over the next three or four weeks and it will be a good end to the season for me."
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