Wycombe Wanderers owner Rob Couhig has admitted that some prices ‘will almost have to rise’ for next season.

The American explained to both BBC 3 Counties and the Free Press on April 22 that he plans to have tickets ‘location sensitive’, so that the ‘better seats’ around Adams Park will cost more than others.

However, he also confirmed that both the Chairboys manager, Matt Bloomfield, and the club’s CFO (chief financial officer) Pete Couhig, have plans to place to help with squad depth.

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He explained: “We will talk about prices, we will almost have to raise some prices, we want to give our most loyal fans an opportunity to lock in at the present prices.

“We want to make the price for gameday tickets more location sensitive, so the better seats will be at a higher price than the others, and we will come out with an announcement about this shortly.

“We want to give people a chance to lock in at this year’s prices.”

He continued: “We have an opportunity to set this club on a course for the years to come, in being sustainable and as a club that wins.

“I find it amusing when people speculate about the things we’ve done or not done.

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“We have the core of this club ready to come back, we have been looking [at players] for the last month, and Pete has been working with Matt.

“We’re comfortable with where we are going to be.

“We have built a foundation for the club that is sustainable, that will get better both on and off the pitch, and I want them to be excited as me for the season ahead.

“People will be happy both on and off the pitch and the best is yet to be.”