Gareth Ainsworth says he’s excited at the prospect of leading Wanderers into a new era, ahead of the forthcoming vote on potential investment into the club from Rob Couhig.
The Chairboys boss, who celebrates his seventh anniversary in charge next Tuesday, says he believes the club is more than capable of building on the fantastic progress which has been made over the past five years.
He said: “We’ve enjoyed a really strong start to the season and it’s always flattering to see us – staff, players and the club as a whole – talked about in high regard. However, it’s important that the focus is on ourselves and what we do as a club to make sure that things continue to move in the right direction.
“I am so proud to be manager of this club, and have loved learning all about its proud traditions and heritage during my time here. I know that Rob has a vision to make sure these core values are maintained and to build upon them to make Adams Park a great place for supporters to come and enjoy their football, and to help me and my staff shape the team into one that can continue to climb the league ladder.
“That is a journey I’m excited to be a part of, and I hope the supporters – particularly those eligible to vote when the time comes – recognise the importance of the opportunity that’s in front of us to bring Rob into the club and start this new chapter together.
“Before then, we have a big week ahead with two home games against Accrington and Portsmouth, and a fans forum on Thursday night where I’m looking forward to meeting supporters and discussing what the future could hold for the club. Let’s do what we do best, which is giving everything we’ve got to help this club be as strong as it possibly can be in every area. Thank you as always to the fans for backing me and my team, and I hope we can bring you many more moments to celebrate and be proud of in the weeks and months to come.”