Cowan-Hall’s making up for lost time at Chairboys
The Chairboys winger was on fire in the first half of the 2014-15 campaign to help put them on the road to Wembley as the club reached the League Two play-off final.
However, Cowan-Hall was long gone by the time the Blues had their big day under the arch as Millwall came calling in the January transfer window.
He headed to the Championship club, but struggled with injuries and he re-joined the Adams Park club last month on loan from the south Londoners.
Cowan-Hall was an interested spectator at Wembley as Southend prevailed in May and is looking to keep the Blues in the play-off mix at the business end of this season.
“I’m pleased to be playing, pleased to be winning and pleased to be back in the fold,” the Chairboys forward said.
“I did miss out on the end of the season and that’s part and parcel of football. That was my decision at the time and it had its pros and cons.
“Hopefully I can be part of the excitement this year but it all depends on how we do obviously.
“I was there and watched it all at Wembley. It was an entertaining game of football and I thought the boys were very unlucky to lose on penalties.
“It’s a club that treated me well and while I was at Millwall I would always check on the results.”
Wycombe, beaten at Northampton on Saturday, are only out of the play-off mix on goal difference going into this weekend’s home clash with Bristol Rovers.