ECHOSPORT talks to Wycombe Wanderers fan Jamie Cameron ahead of tomorrow’s clash at Adams Park.

What have you made of Wycombe’s start to the season?

“It’s been an excellent start to the season, two wins and two draws and we were arguably unlucky not to win at Fleetwood on Tuesday.

"The situation was looking dire at some points in the summer but a new-look ownership structure and 10 new signings have inspired a feel-good factor around Adams Park.”

What are the hopes for Wycombe this season?

“The club have been gradually building every season since Gareth Ainsworth took charge and, after we stayed up in the third tier for the first time since 2003 last year, ambitions are simply to improve on that.

"The squad is the best we’ve had under Ainsworth, so a top-half finish isn’t completely unrealistic.”

What have been the main reasons for the good start?

“Wycombe have been known in recent years for their very small squad sizes, but 24 players has allowed for strength in depth across most areas.

"This helped against Fleetwood, where several changes didn’t affect the level of performance and we went toe-to-toe with a side I think will be there or thereabouts.”

Who would you say is the dangerman?

“Without a doubt, Fred Onyedinma.

"He first signed for the club in 2014 on loan from Millwall and scored 10 goals in half a season.

"Another temporary spell last year provided plenty of special moments and an alleged fall-out with Neil Harris meant that he returned to Bucks for good this summer, where he has carried on where he left off.”

What’s the team news?

“We tend not to give too much away regarding injuries but Jack Grimmer, Curtis Thompson, Sido Jombati and Adam El-Abd were all unavailable in midweek.”