MK Dons defender Daniel Harvie explained how the 2-2 draw against Wycombe Wanderers at Adams Park was ‘a point in the right direction’ as Mark Jackson’s men increased their unbeaten streak to four consecutive Sky Bet League One games.
A swift start from the travelling team saw Daniel Harvie open the scoring against Play-off chasing Wycombe just nine minutes following the starting whistle. When questioned on the goal, Harvie said “I’m delighted to have scored.
“It’s something I need to get better at, I need to add more goals and assists to my game and it’s something I’m trying to do.”
Following his eighth goal for the club, the Scotsman then discussed his view of the game as David Wheeler’s brace overturned the advantage before Leko’s leveller in the 71 minute. “It’s tough here (Adams Park) they’re physical and they’re good at what they do.
“We knew we had to stay in the game, sometimes you need to dig in, roll up your sleeves and fight for everything. We need to stand up to it, and we did that today.
“It’s a point in the right direction, but we need to keep going. It’s not over and we know that. Things change really quickly in football. For us, we’ll keep our head down and focus on where we want to be.
“The previous three or four games have been positive, the performances have been a lot better, defensively we’ve looked better. It has been tough, and we’ve faced a lot of bumps in the road this season, but we’ve all been in it together – players, staff, fans, everyone involved at the club.”
As well as sustaining their unbeaten streak, Saturday saw another positive for MK Dons as loan player Anthony Stewart made his full-debut against his former club following an injury that had Stewart side-lined for up to eight weeks.
Harvie had nothing but praise about his fellow defender “He was outstanding.” The full-back commended “He’s been out for a long time, but he was brilliant.
“He talks well, he gets lines up and does the basics really well. I’m buzzing for him.
“You saw a similar thing when Skip (Dean Lewington) returned, it was a bit of calmness that we needed in a back four or five that was quite young before their comeback. When you add Skip and now Anthony, it helps you massively.”
Daniel Harvie and MK Dons will be looking to extend their unbeaten run to five games when they face Portsmouth at Stadium MK on Good Friday.
The Club will be using the day to celebrate Club Partners, Marshall Amplification as well as pay tribute to the late Jim Marshall, founder of the company, with the Father of Loud Day Fanzone, which will be held in the Marshall Arena from 12.30pm.
Tickets for the Father of Loud Day are priced from £24 adults, £18 over-65s, £12 under 25s, £6 under 18s and £3 under-12s while under 7s can attend for just £1! Please note, ticket prices will increase by £2 when bought on the day of the game.
To book tickets CLICK HERE, visit the Box Office at Stadium MK or call 01908 622933. Tickets will be available to buy right up until kick-off from the Box Office.Postcode restrictions apply.