Wycombe Wanderers manager Matt Bloomfield has revealed he is ‘settled’ and at ‘home’ after he has agreed to extend his contract by a further year.

The 39-year-old, who has only been in charge of the Chairboys since February following the departure of Gareth Ainsworth to Queens Park Rangers, has gone on to win 13 of his 34 games in charge, drawing nine and losing 13.

And what was a shaky start to his time in the Adams Park dugout, results and performances have gradually improved.

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This led the former Colchester United boss to be nominated for the Manager of the Month award in September.

Speaking on his new deal, he said “I’m delighted.

“As everyone knows, there has been a lot of change in my life in the last year.

“Went into coaching, then went to Colchester, now back here again, but I feel like I’m at home.

“I feel really settled in the work that we’re trying to do, in terms of what we’re trying to build at Wycombe Wanderers, and I’m grateful for the trust Rob and Pete have put in me.

“Firstly, in offering me the job and then in terms of extending my contract.

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“The faith they have in me and my staff is brilliant and I’m happy for this opportunity.

“I just want to keep working hard and build as there are lots to do to try and improve on.

“There have been so many changes at the club this year, but we’re wanting to get better.

“We’re constantly looking to see how and what we can do to improve as it’s part of the evolution and journey we’re on.

“Rob spoke to me beforehand about the new contract as he’s been really pleased with the work we’re doing and the recruitment we’ve done over the summer.

“I’m really touched that he wanted me to do this, and I think a huge amount of what the Couhigs have done for Wycombe over four years is just incredible.

“I can assure you that the negotiations didn’t take that long as I was only going to accept.

“I’m pleased to be here.”