Wycombe captain Joe Jacobson has reflected on Wanderers’ pre-season results following the club’s recent 0-0 draw against Cardiff City.

The stalemate versus the Bluebirds on July 29 ended the Chairboys’ month of friendly fixtures which saw them win three and draw two of their non-competitive matches.

Their victories were against the Arsenal Under 21s, Aldershot Town and Wealdstone, with the two draws coming against Dagenham & Redbridge and Cardiff respectively.

A separate friendly against Hanwell Town also took place which ended in a 7-0 loss for the Chairboys, but the Wycombe squad consisted of trialists and did not include any first-team players.

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On facing Cardiff in what was his testimonial game to celebrate 10 years at Adams Park, Jacobson said: “I could have easily had a Premier League U21 team turn up but the game would have been a bit of a farce.

“So I’m really grateful that Cardiff wanted to take part and I wanted it to be a competitive game.

“I found it [the game] different to what we have faced this season, a little bit like the Arsenal game at the start of the pre-season where the team like to keep possession.

“We had to sit in shape a little bit at times and be patient when we could go and try and win the ball back.

“On the ball, I thought we played out well and got into some good areas.

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“As I said, the pitch probably didn’t help either team, but in the final third wanted to do some slick passes and things like that.

"I think it’s the first day it’s been available to play on it.

“These are exciting times at the minute at the club, the way the manager’s recruited, the payer’s he’s brought in, there is a real buzz about the place and I’m excited to be a part of it.”

The league season will start on August 5.