FANS' favourite Matt Bloomfield is set to extend his stay at Adams Park to a dozen years after penning a new contract this week.
The midfielder celebrates his testimonial with the club this summer after a decade of loyal service with Wanderers.
He said after agreeing a new deal this week it was a privilege to play for the club - and thinks he's reaching the peak years of his career.
The 30-year-old has signed a two year contract, which will keep him at Adams Park until 2016.
He said: "It's been a privilege to play for Wycombe Wanderers since the first day I walked through the door and that's never changed, so I'm delighted to be able to pull on the shirt for another two years.
"I really feel I'm coming into the best years of my career and have so much to offer on and off the pitch. I'm really looking forward to getting stuck into the new season and giving everything I've got once again.
"Even after all these years, the club still ticks all the right boxes for me - I have so much respect for the manager, I have a great rapport with the fans and it's a really special place for me to play my football."
Bloomfield arrived at Adams Park just before Christmas 2003 from his hometown club Ipswich Town, for whom he made one appearance.
He made his debut in a home defeat by Rushden and Diamonds in what's now League One and since then has clocked up more than 300 appearances in the quarters, captaining the side on numerous occasions.
His ten years of service with Wanderers will be rewarded with a testimonial fixture against Jose Mourinho's Chelsea at Adams Park on Wednesday, July 16. More than 2,200 tickets have so far been sold for the game.