Defender Aaron Pierre returned from international duty to find his name displayed proudly on the Wanderers' honours board.The 22-year-old won his first caps for Grenada at the start of the month, playing the full 90 minutes in each of the FIFA World Cup qualifying ties against Haiti in the Caribbean.
It made him the seventh player to represent his country whilst on the books of Wycombe Wanderers, following in the footsteps of Mark Rogers, Jermaine Easter, Keiran Murtagh, Leon Johnson, Marvin McCoy and Kevin Betsy, whose names are listed on the honours board outside the boardroom at Adams Park.
Pierre's name has now joined the select group and he said it was a special achievement which he can look back on with fond memories.
"It was a great experience for me and it's made me and my family very proud. The results didn't go the way we wanted but to be able to play for your country is a brilliant honour."