26-year-old Lindsay already has 99 appearances under his belt and is in line to make his 100th for the Club in this Saturday’s game. The hooker says that, having seen a number of high profile players pass the milestone during his time at the Club, it will be a great privilege to follow suit.
“It came round quite quickly. I realised a few weeks ago that it was coming up and to think of all the other players who I have seen reach that landmark since I have been here, it will be really pleasing to do the same.”
Last weekend’s one-point loss to Harlequins was disappointing for everyone but Lindsay is firm in his assurances that the team will continue to build.
“I feel like we are in a good place as a team and there is a really good vibe around the place at the moment. Last week’s result was obviously disappointing for everyone but we have to keep sight of the way that we dominated the majority of the game.”
“At the end of the game last week we knew that we had blown a good opportunity to really push up the table. Accuracy is critical in every game and a team that has the potential that we do, have to start nailing those things.”
This Saturday, Wasps host London Irish at Adams Park for the third time this season and Lindsay says that he and his teammates will have a battle on their hands.
“This weekend’s match against London Irish will be a tough one; there are no easy games in this league. We have beaten them three times already this season and, on the back of a good result against Saracens at the weekend, they will be determined not to make it four wins from four in our favour. They will take a lot of confidence from their result against Saracens but we are looking forward to getting back on the pitch and proving a point.”
For tickets to this Saturday’s Aviva Premiership clash with London Irish go to wasps.co.uk/tickets