Stuart Lewis says leading the Wanderers to victory at the weekend was the pinnacle of his career to date.
“It was great to get the three points, something we can hopefully build on.”
“It’s one of the best days I’ve had, I’m even getting goosebumps talking about it.”
He said: “They’ve been brilliant with me over my time here and I couldn’t have wished for better support from every single person.
Stu saved a special mention for the fans when speaking after the 1-0 success over Morecambe.
“If people look at you and you’re still working hard and tackling hard then hopefully they will follow. Hopefully I can bring some results and good times.”
He added: “The main thing is you lead from the front in your performances.
“It doesn’t get much better than that. It was the highlight of my career to date. It was a massive thing for me. All the family were here and proud of me.”
“I’ll wear the armband with pride and hopefully I can do everyone proud.
“I’ve been here two-and-a-half, three years now and to lead the boys out was a massive achievement,” said the 25-year-old.
Lewis was informed by Gareth Ainsworth in a meeting on Thursday that he would captain the Chairboys for the 2013/14 campaign.