Fans' favourite Ainsworth, 40, was appointed caretaker manager on 24th September after Gary Waddock was relieved of his duties.
Ainsworth, who has also spent time in charge of QPR on a caretaker basis, Ainsworth finished the 2010/11 campaign with 11 goals – the second highest at the club – earning himself a place in the PFA League 2 Team of the Year.
The right-midfielder signed for the club on an 18-month contract in February 2010 following a successful loan spell from QPR, where he had spent seven years at Championship and League 1 level.
Formerly of Preston, Port Vale and Wimbledon, Ainsworth retired after the last game of the season after making 600 professional appearances.
As well as announcing his retirement from playing in the final week of the season, Gaz also signed a new two-year deal to managed the Chairboys.
Richard Dobson was appointed assistant manager of the club in June 2011, having previously held the position of head of youth at Adams Park.
He joined the club in 2007 as the head of the centre of excellence before replacing the departed Greg Heald as youth team coach later that year.
'Dobbo' was installed as head of youth in the summer of 2008 following a successful spell in charge of the under 18s, overseeing the progress of youngsters such as Matt Phillips, Matt McClure and Kadeem Harris who all later turned professional.
UEFA-A qualified coach Dobson was forced to retire from playing at the age of 25 after suffering knee damage whilst at Farnborough Town, but soon moved into coaching with Brentford's centre of excellence.
Lee Harrison initially joined the Chairboys during pre-season on a part-time basis following the departure of previous goalkeeping coach Martin Brennan.
The deal was made permanent in early August and as well as working with the goalkeepers, Harrison has also provided assistance to manager Gareth Ainsworth in all other aspects of coaching.
The 41-year-old made more than 400 appearances during a 20-year playing career with the majority of his games coming for Barnet, for whom he made over 300 appearances.
Harrison is also registered as a player and is often named as a substitute.
Theo Farley was appointed the club's new chartered physiotherapist at the end of June 2012.
He arrives with a wealth of experience, having worked for Arsenal, West Ham United, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Millwall and Charlton Athletic.
Stewart Bannister joined the club in the summer of 2009, having previously worked for Chelsea, Luton Town and Slough.
Bannister started his Wycombe career working alongside legendary kit man Jim Gardner before being handed full responsibility when Jim left during the 2010/11 season.