A Wycombe Wanderers fan has penned a letter thanking all of the supporters who travelled up and down the country getting behind the team during the 2021/22 season.

The campaign, which saw the club play 59 competitive games, ended in heartbreak at Wembley Stadium in the League One play-off final as the Chairboys fell to a 2-0 loss against Sunderland.

And even the North East side secured the third and final place in next season's Championship at Wanderers' expense, supporters had a lot to smile about during the nine-month campaign.

The club achieved its highest points tally in League One, but it was also the first full season since 2018/19 that spectators were able to watch the team live in the flesh without any interruptions.

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This came after two stop-start years due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The club's remaining fixtures for 2019/20 got cancelled (excluding the play-off matches), and all of the games in 2020/21 in the Championship were played behind closed doors (apart from three).

And Kieren Hearn, who has been following the Chairboys for several years and hosts a podcast focusing on the club, wanted to share his gratitude to all of the fans that got behind the club over the last nine months.

In his letter, he said: “When we look back in four or five years’ time, I don’t know about you, but I would say it was dramatic.

“From not knowing whether or not we were going to make the play-offs in the first place, with the bumpy ride to the finish going down to that final day at Burton, followed by that massive uphill task against MK.

“We held our nerve in the second leg, but when the final whistle went at Stadium: MK, the handshakes, bear hugs and chanting started.

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“The dream of ending the season at Wembley wasn't a dream anymore.

"However, it ended in frustration and tears.

“We should be proud of them.

"They battled through, and they overcame the pressure to get to Wembley throughout the regular season.

“I hope you have a great summer wherever you are in the world and make it one to remember.

“And like me, watchout for the start of next season.

“I leave you all with sincere thanks.”

The 2022/23 league season will start in July.