Wycombe Wanderers right-back Jack Grimmer hopes to add more goals to his tally as the season opener edges closer.

The 28-year-old, who is now in his fourth campaign with the club, has bagged two strikes in 96 games for the Chairboys with both of his goals coming this calendar year against Bolton Wanderers and Morecambe respectively.

These goals are part of the nine he has so far bagged in his career, and after he broke his Wanderers duck against the Trotters in January, the former Scottish Under 21 international is looking forward to trying his luck in increasing his tally.

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He told the Free Press: “I think it is something that by the time I had scored my first goal, it felt like a burden on me at times.

“It is something that I enjoy doing and have enjoyed doing at other clubs and it took me so long to get that first goal I certainly want to add to that.

"Even though it’s not my job, I think it’s important that everyone chips in when they can.”

The former Aberdeen, Fulham, Port Vale, Shrewsbury Town, and Coventry City also revealed to the BFP that he prefers to start a season at home than away, and if things don’t go to plan on the opening day, there are ‘45 games to put it right’.

Wanderers will start the campaign against Burton Albion at Adams Park which is the 18th time in 23 seasons that the Chairboys will kick-off their league season at home.

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He continued: “I think it’s good to start the season at home and I personally like that because if you get that first win out of the way, tick a few boxes and start well, it’s important.

"But then again, if it doesn’t go well then you’ve got 45 games to put it right.

“For me, I think it’s the relief when you win on the first day because you can tick off that first win of the season.

“And I think if you get that win on the opening day with a clean sheet and a couple of goals, it steadies the ship but having said that, if it doesn’t go to plan, then you’ve got the other 45 league games to fix things.

“But we have had great pre-season and we’re ready to go.”

On the season ahead, he concluded: "It's been a good pre-season for us and I think the gaffer deserves credit for the way he has scheduled things.

"For me personally, it has helped me prepare for Burton quite well and I’m looking forward to getting back out there.

"The season starting in July does sound a bit daunting given the fact that you’re going from July to May might seem long, but, if you’re winning games, then who cares."