Gareth Ainsworth says he is looking forward to pitting his wits against Paul Tisdale's Exeter City on Saturday.
Wanderers welcome the high-flying Grecians to Adams Park, as the Chairboys look to stretch their winning run to five games.
The Blues manager stresses that his team will have to be focused from the off if they are to get something from this one, against a Exeter team who boast the joint-second best defensive record in the division - with five clean sheets in their opening 12 games.
With much to play for, and both teams full of confidence, Gareth is certain all fans in attendance will be in for a good contest.
"It will be a good game for the fans to come down and see - first against fourth," he said.
"I am really looking forward to pitting my wits against Paul Tisdale, who has been in the job a long time and rightly so. He is a great guy, on and off the pitch, and I have got a lot of respect for Paul.
"They've changed the way they play slightly, so I'm hoping we can exploit a few things we have seen, but we have got to be very wary as Reuben Reid and Jayden Stockley are two big, physical strikers who have got goals in them and we know how good the players are around them too.
"We're looking forward to the game, and now it is all about getting prepared on the training ground and hopefully we'll be firing on all cylinders come 3pm Saturday."