Leon Johnson has spoken of his pride at making 150 appearances for the Wanderers – but has now set his sights on joining the 200 club.
“In this day and age, to stay at one club for a long time is quite rare, especially in lower league football. There is a big turnover of players and I’ve seen a million and one faces since I’ve been here! There’s only me and Blooms (Matt Bloomfield) left from the day I joined.”
“I enjoy every game, obviously even more so when we win. My next goal is to make 200 appearances for the club and then go on from there.
“It’s a good landmark to reach,” he told wwfc.com. “I’ve really enjoyed my time here. It’s nice to hit 150 appearances for one club, but I’m hoping to make a lot more.
Johnson’s played a pivotal role in the club’s success since arriving at Adams Park in 2007, helping the Blues achieve promotion to League 1 in 2008/09 and 2010/11.
The centre-back reached the milestone when he appeared against his former club Gillingham last Tuesday.
time when Wanderers travel to his former employers Southend United on Saturday. st Johnson will be hoping to take to the field in the light and dark blue for the 151
“I appreciate the way they’ve supported me - they’ve always been brilliant and never had a bad word to say… long may that continue!”
He said: “The fans have always been good to me, whether I play good or bad. I think they realise and appreciate that I give 100% when I go out on the pitch.
The 31-year-old has built a strong relationship with the Wycombe supporters during his five years at the club – something he values greatly.
“The promotions definitely stand out. They were both as good as each other, but I really enjoyed the last one – we worked hard, it went down to the wire and we got over the line.”
He added: “We’ve always been involved in something - it’s been a rollercoaster. Play-offs, promotion, relegation, promotion, relegation, and hopefully we can add another promotion to that this season.