Jon-Paul Pittman says he still has plenty to offer the Wanderers after returning to the club on a one-year deal.
The striker re-joined the Blues last Thursday after two seasons away from Adams Park, and revealed he cannot wait to wear the famous quarters again.
“It’s a great feeling,” Pittman told Chairboys Player. “It’s great to be back, I wish I’d never left and it wasn’t my decision. Coming back was meant to be and I can’t wait to crack on.
“I’ve still got loads to offer and still feel fresh so I’ve got unfinished business.”
The 26-year-old enjoyed two promotions with the Chairboys last time around and says the fondest memories from his career so far have been in South Bucks.
He added: “Obviously the promotions were great and I often think about scoring against Leeds, Colchester and the four-minute hat-trick.
“There have been some really happy moments and probably the best moments so far in my career have been in a Wycombe shirt.
“I just want to rekindle that.”