After a few weeks off due to injury, defender Josh Risdon says he's back to his best and ready for tonight's match against the Victory.
The match is part of a double header, with the Wanderers and Victory meeting in Round 12 of the Westfield W-League at 5:20pm before the two clubs square off in the Hyundai A-League at 7:50pm.
Risdon has been sidelined since the club's New Year's Day fixture against Melbourne City where he was substituted off early on in the second half.
It's been a surprisingly long road to recovery for Risdon who has missed three matches since and is itching to get onto the field for tonight's clash.
"It was a frustrating injury, I did to myself during the City game," explained Risdon.
"I just sort of came down and all my weight went on top of my foot. I damaged a few ligaments and had some bone bruising.
"With so many games in a short time, I missed a few more than I would have liked and now I'm feeling pretty good."
With the Red & Black missing a number of player's tonight due to departures and selection in the Australian U23 team, Risdon is sure that whoever is chosen to start will put in a good shift.
"It's good to be back and hopefully I'll slot into the back four and put in a good performance.
"We've got a strong squad and anyone who comes in, I'm sure will do a good job".