There was only one thing on Reece Styche’s mind during his first interview as a Wanderer – hitting the back of the net.
The 24-year-old marksman impressed on his debut for the club, playing 70 minutes of the 2-2 draw at Mansfield Town.
His goalscoring record speaks for itself after finding the net 50 times in his last 92 starts for Forest Green Rovers and Chasetown.
“No matter what league you’re in, a goalscorer is a goalscorer,” he told Chairboys Player.
“I’d like to think I am one. I’ve scored quite a few goals for Forest Green, it’s just a case of bringing that to Wycombe.
“As long as the chances are there, I’ll do my best to take them.”
Asked what else he’ll bring, he replied: “A nastiness. I unsettle people, get at defenders and create chances. Just be a horrible striker I suppose!”
Styche admits it was hard to leave Rovers but saw the opportunity to show what he can do in the Football League as too good to turn down.
“Forest Green know what I think of them and hopefully I can have the same connection with Wycombe.
“It was always my aim to play in the Football League by the time I was 25, so thankfully that’s a goal I’ve achieved. Now I want to go and prove myself.”