Nathan Tyson says he is relishing his time back at Adams Park so far, ahead of the trip to Port Vale this weekend.
The forward, who bagged 44 goals in his first spell at the club in all competitions, has featured in both of the Chairboys' first two games; starting in the league opener against Lincoln City and coming off the bench in the Carabao Cup defeat to Fulham in midweek.
Tyson and Wycombe now turn their attention to the trip to Vale Park and head to the home of the Valiants in search of their first win of the season where Tyson will be looking to play his part again after earning many plaudits for his display against the Cottagers on Tuesday.
"It has been fantastic coming back here and I'm really enjoying my time here so far," he said.
"Out of my first two games I thought on Tuesday you saw the better of me, although unfortunately we didn't get the win, but now I'm looking forward to hopefully playing some part on Saturday at Port Vale which will be a good test for us.
One thing that many Chairboys fans will remember from the 35-year-old's time at Adams Park 12 years ago was his blistering pace, and were delighted to see that hasn't deserted him in his time away from the club, proving a real danger to League Two defences in 17/18.
After his time gaining experience at a higher level, Tyson feels he has more to offer the team this time around.
"It's not going away," Tyson answered when asked about his pace.
"It's probably the first time in my career that I have had to work on my pace to keep it going and I'll keep working on it as it is one of my best attributes.
"But also I feel like I am technically a lot better and my first touch is a lot better than what it was when I was first here and I'm hoping I can use that and my pace to help the team this season."