Josh Scowen is available for tonight’s trip to Torquay United following the completion of his two-game suspension.
Ainsworth said: “He's a huge player for us and I've made no secret of that. He adds something in the midfield, some real bite.
yellow card of the season in the defeat to Capital One Cup finalists Bradford City. thThe all-action midfielder has sat out Wycombe’s last two outings after picking up his 10
“He's had a week-and-a-half's rest and he'll come back into the squad fresh and fit. I'll have a decision to make on Josh, but I know he'll be keen to play."
He said: “I probably won't need to lift them but they'll want to put that right for me.
Ainsworth also hinted he may make further changes to the team as the Blues look to bounce back from three straight defeats.
“It's one of those things I'll look at. Nobody just gets in the team, it's up to people to keep their place in there.”
“There's some players who've been on the fringes for a while who might get a nod. I'm not saying I'm going to change it and I'm not saying I'm not going to change it.