LEAGUE Two player of the month Frank Nouble has warned Wycombe Wanderers that they won’t be able to cope with him if he is “on fire” at Rodney Parade this afternoon (kick-off 3pm).

The much-travelled striker is a quarter of the way to his target of 20 goals for the season after a sensational start for new club Newport County AFC.

Nouble, 25, is determined to show everyone he is a better player “than how it looks on Wikipedia” and the ex-West Ham forward has every intention of adding to his tally today.

“They won’t be able to deal with me if I’m on fire,” he insisted. “We’ve just got to find a way of winning the game.

“They’re doing well but I don’t really want to think about them too much, it’s about how we play.

“If we can play like we did last Saturday (County lost 1-0 at Exeter City) and convert the chances we make then we’ll do well.”

Despite having an eye for goal and plenty of confidence, summer signing Nouble has struggled to settle at any one club.

But he is hoping that could change, adding: “I’m very lucky to have been given the chance to come here and play and do what I can.

“I can’t take that for granted and I’m very appreciative, but at the same time I know I can back it up and need to keep doing it.

“It’s frustrating for me because I’ve never played 40 games in a row.

“I’ve always been somewhere for a short stint, maybe done well at the beginning and then it has faded.

“I’m happy with the start I’ve made but I want to show I can do it over the course of a year.

“If I can do that then it won’t be a surprise anymore, it will just be what Frank does, and that’s what I want it to be.

“The manager has been brilliant and I think that’s probably one of the things that has really helped me so far, having a manager that’s really positive and giving me the chance to showcase what I can do, so I’m lucky in that respect.

“I’m 26 this month and everyone keeps thinking I’m 36 because it feels like I’ve been in football for ages.

“I’m lucky I’m here and playing and maybe one of the bigger assets in the team, so I’ve got to take that and embrace it.

“I know football is a stats game now so if I can improve mine I’m sure that will show I’m a better player than how it looks on Wikipedia.”