ANDY GRAHAM marked his 250th appearance for the Wasps on Saturday, as he featured in the starting XI against Dunfermline.

The veteran joined the club in 2016 and is hoping to guide the club back into the Championship in the upcoming playoffs, the first leg of which will see the Wasps face Graham’s old club, Hamilton Academical.

Graham looked back on his time at the club fondly, remarking that it was good to hit the milestone alongside some other club mainstays.

He said: “It’s a nice milestone. There’s a group of us – Scott Taggart did it this year, Jon Robertson did it this year and we all joined at roughly the same time.

“Kevin Cawley obviously has about 400 on us, he’s the most out of anybody.

“I think it’s good that that group of players has stuck together for such a length of time and it shows you how good a club Alloa is to play for.

“Especially at part time level, you see a lot of players spend only one year at a club, so the fact that a group of us have stayed showed what a good club it is that we’re at.”

Graham’s 250th match came during the 2-0 home defeat to League One winners Dunfermline, a result that meant Alloa would finish in fourth place.

The captain said it was a disappointing result but now allows all focus to be on the Championship playoffs.

He said: “We’re disappointed to lose the game, first and foremost. But, at the same time, we’ve worked hard over 36 games to get into the playoffs.

“It’s now about going one step further and going on to get promotion. It’s about us now, we need to turn our eyes to Tuesday and Saturday, give it our best shot and get ourselves promoted.

“We’ve finished fourth, we’ll play Hamilton, we’ll go and give it a go and we’ve got nothing to lose. It’s down to us and we’ll be giving it a right good go.

“I’m delighted to hit that milestone. Hopefully there’s a few more in the tank.”