Blues defender Jason McCarthy is the first winner of the Rush High Wycombe Player of the Month award after coming out on top in a poll amongst Wanderers fans.
McCarthy returned to the club on a permanent deal from Barnsley on transfer deadline day and caught the eye straightaway, impressing in each of his five appearances in league and cup, scoring in both penalty shootout wins in the Carabao Cup.
He earned 38% of the vote for the Player of the Month award, sponsored by Rush Trampoline Park in High Wycombe, and collected his prize from the centre's chief operating officer Sam Williams, plus supporters Darren and Alfie Toovey, who were selected at random from those fans who voted.
Speaking at the trampoline park on Friday, where he also presented a pair of his boots to young fan Alfie, McCarthy said: "It feels really good to win this, and quite unexpected. I've loved being back at the club and I'm pleased with how things are going.
"I really do feel the love from the Wycombe supporters and I feel the same way about them; it goes both ways. The reaction when I came back, and winning this award, is crazy and let's keep going and creating more great memories together."
Jason wins a bottle of champagne plus a family open jump ticket at the trampoline park. Craig Mackail-Smith came second with Matt Bloomfield, Bryn Morris and Randell Williams close behind.
Keep an eye out around this time next month to have your say in who should win the Rush High Wycombe Player of the Month for September!