Send your news, photos and videos by texting bucksfreepress to 80360 or email
"It's like a big family"
HAVING moved from one supporter-owned club to another, Richard Logan says the fans' takeover of Wycombe Wanderers can only be a good thing.
The biggest news to have affected Blues for many years came during the summer as the club's Supporters' Trust took over the ownership from Steve Hayes.
Wanderers are following the lead of Logan's former club Exeter City, and the 30-year-old has nothing but praise for the regime change.
The striker said life at Adams Park has been like being part of one big happy family, and he believes the positivity sweeping through the club on the back of the takeover can rub off onto the players and help in their bid to challenge for promotion.
He said: "The fans are in charge a bit more so it's more like a family club. Everyone's in it together - fans, players, staff. They feel more part of it and involved with the squad.
"It's what I'm used to, it's the same here as it was at Exeter. It's like a big family, we all stick together.
"We need the fans there to get behind us and be our twelfth man. If we do the business for them they'll get behind us and help us get a few more points on the board."
Logan said an open training session held at Adams Park last Thursday, with fans coming to watch the team put through their paces, was indicative of what can be expected from the new Trust-owned club.
He said: "It was good for everyone to get to know each other - that's how it should be."
Logan said the aim for the season was to challenge for another instant return to the division they have just been relegated from - and he believes Wanderers have a squad capable of mounting a challenge.
He said: "We've just come from League One so you have to be looking to bounce straight back up. You don't want to be floating in mid table - that's not the way we want to do it.
"I think we've got a big enough squad and a good enough squad here to push for the top three. That's our aim, to at least get the play-offs."