GARY Waddock said he is running out of words to sum up the performances of goalkeeper Nikki Bull but went with 'outstanding, fantastic and unbelievable'.

The Wycombe boss spends large chunks of each press conference praising the Blues stopper after his incredibly consistency this season.

Bull, 29, was at his best against Crewe as his first-half penalty save helped Wycombe climb back into the automatic promotion spots.

Waddock said: "We have the same conversation every week. The guy is unbelievable. The lads know that and the fans know that and it was a fantastic save in a really important game.

"I don't know what to say about the fella and I am lost for words. He is an outstanding goalkeeper and we're lucky to have him."

Waddock was over the moon with the effort and commitment showed by his players at a scorching Adams Park on Bank Holiday Monday.

Goals from Scott Rendell sealed a 2-0 win for Blues and ended a run of four drawn games.

After a tough 0-0 draw at Torquay just three days earlier, it was a testament to their fitness and determination that they over-powered Crewe.

"Everybody put a shift in and the whole group played their part today," said Waddock. "They way they worked, closed down and pressurised and didn't let Crewe have any time on the ball.

"The work-rate was excellent and the lads were non-stop. I was boiling hot just watching it so for them to cover the amount of ground they did was first-class."

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