Ex-Wycombe Wanderers striker Scott Kashket has claimed his ‘best memories’ in football have come during his stint at Adams Park.

The now Sutton United forward played 129 times for the Chairboys and scored 31 goals during a five-year stay in Buckinghamshire, which saw him achieve two promotions in 2018 and 2020 respectively.

His departure in the summer of 2021 saw him join Crewe Alexandra where he would be for one season, before signing for Gillingham 12 months later.

He has since left the Kent-based team to sign for Sutton, and featured in the Amber Army’s 1-0 away win over Wycombe in the League Cup, where he came on as a second-half substitute.

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His appearance in the latter stages of the game saw the 27-year-old receive a standing ovation due to his contribution to Wanderers.

In an exclusive interview with the Bucks Free Press, he said: “I heard the applause and saw people getting up and I thought ‘surely that’s not for me!’

“I couldn’t believe it.

“Wycombe has always been brilliant for me, and the fans have always been amazing.

“That’s why when you join a club with that, you’re always going to miss it when you leave so seeing and hearing the standing ovation was lovely.

“My best memories in football have been at Wycombe so far, but hopefully I’ll make some more at Sutton.”

On his personal highlights in a Chairboys shirt, he added: “To score the first Championship goal for Wycombe was a brilliant moment and pretty much all my career highlights have come at this ground [Adams Park].

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“Chesterfield was a good ground for me as that’s where I got my first Wycombe hat-trick and then we got a promotion there a year later.

"It's also rare that friendships continue after you leave a club, but I have had there.

"I invited a load of the guys to my wedding recently and the only one that couldn't make it was Dom Gape as he had something on.

"We still speak and meet up and that's because of Wycombe and what this club has.

"It's unique.

“So yeah, I loved it here."

Since moving to Gander Green Lane this summer, Kashket has played six times and is yet to score.