LEO Roget is doubly determined to do well for Oxford United in tonight's League Two relegation battle at Bury.

As well as being desperate to help the U's get something from the game to boost their hopes of beating the drop, United's centre back has been given one last World Cup chance.

Trinidad & Tobago officials recently made a special journey to England to try to watch Roget - but he was out injured, and former U's boss Brian Talbot hadn't informed them.

Roget explained: "I was a bit annoyed, I have to admit.

"They sent a delegation over from Trinidad, flew into Heathrow, got a taxi from there to the game and then found out I wasn't playing, and were very frustrated.

"But it was an accident, not intended. The manager was going to contact them to tell them, and I think he just forgot with so much else going on.

"Thankfully, they've said they will come and watch me at Bury, so I still haven't given up hope."

Steve Basham was unable to train yesterday because of illness, but he's expected to be fit to play.

However, new boss Darren Patterson may make the odd change, because he wasn't entirely happy with United's attacking display in their 0-0 draw at Notts County.