Wycombe Wanderers manager Gareth Ainsworth has revealed that there is ‘no panic’ on new recruits joining the club.

So far this summer, the Chairboys have signed Christie Ward, Jasper Pattenden, Jack Blunkell and D’Mani Mellor respectively, as well as securing the services of Jack Young on a permanent contract from Newcastle United.

The club have been linked to several other high-profile names this pre-season, and with a new goalkeeper joining ‘imminently’, the boss revealed that he is calm when it comes to bringing in new players.

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Speaking to the press on July 28 ahead of the opening day fixture against Burton Albion, he said: “We’re being active in the transfer market to bring acquisitions in, but I think the deals we’ve done in the last couple of years with the likes of Anis Mehmeti, Sam Vokes and Garath McCleary will be brilliant for us this season.

“At this time of year, everyone starts to panic because other teams are signing players.

“Ipswich last season signed so many players and they didn’t start at all.

“They didn’t start well at all and signing loads  of players doesn’t mean you’re going to smash the league.

“We’re in a good place and I’m pleased with where we are.

“Come this weekend, teams will be picked, players will be disgruntled and they’ll call their agents and say that ‘I’m not in his plans, get me out of here,’ agents get in and say ‘here is a club that has waited patiently and have not spent all their money’ but at the same time, it’s like playing poker.

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“Do you show your hand? Do you not show your hand?

“There’s patience and belief in what we do and there is still a whole month of the window left.”

“I remember Alfie Mawson, Scott Kashket, Dom Gape and Jason McCarthy all joining us on the final day of windows and they’ve been successes.

“And if I am honest, we don’t want to battle with clubs who can offer a lot more than us due to our size, and I won’t do that, as I won’t pay over the odds.

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“We’re in control, there is no panic and we’ve got a good squad for Saturday.”

The match against the Brewers will kick-off at 3pm.

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