Matt Bloomfield’s reign at the club will continue into 2016 with the fantastic news that the midfielder has committed to a new two-year contract to remain at Adams Park.
‘Blooms’ is currently celebrating his testimonial year for ten years’ outstanding service to the club he joined from Ipswich Town in 2003, and will mark it with a special fixture against Chelsea on Wednesday 16th July.
He said: “It’s been a privilege to play for Wycombe Wanderers since the first day I walked through the door and that’s never changed, so I’m delighted to be able to pull on the shirt for another two years.
“I really feel I’m coming into the best years of my career and have so much to offer on and off the pitch. I’m really looking forward to getting stuck into the new season and giving everything I’ve got once again.
“Even after all these years, the club still ticks all the right boxes for me – I have so much respect for the manager, I have a great rapport with the fans and it’s such a special place for me to play my football.”
The 30-year-old, who has racked up well over 300 appearances for the Chairboys, has also made significant contributions to the club’s off-field activities, leading a group of volunteers on a project to a poverty-hit area of Kenya last summer which earned him the award as Wanderers’ ‘Community Player of the Year’ for 2013/14.
He also writes a regular column for the BBC Sport website and supported the Blues in becoming the first professional football club in the UK to sign a government charter tackling homophobia in sport.
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