Former Wycombe Wanderers owner Rob Couhig has revealed what his favourite moments were when in charge of the club.

The American, who was the proprietor of the Chairboys for five seasons, helped the south Bucks team gain financial stability after several years of uncertainty.

His stewardship steered the Adams Park side into its most successful period in their history, with three Wembley appearances, and a promotion to the Championship.

But away from defeating Oxford United in the play-off final in 2020, to holding on against Milton Keynes in 2022, to beating former Premier League sides such as Portsmouth, Ipswich Town, Derby County, Reading and Sunderland, the 75-year-old told the Free Press that his best moments were in fact away from the matchday action.

He exclusively said: “My favourite day of the season would be the last game of the season at Adams Park because all the players would take their kids out on the pitch.

“The fans would also mix with the players and when you see it in action, it gave me a feeling of pride.

“Other great memories include when we got voted into the play-offs with over 90 per cent of the vote in 2020, and when we put the new scoreboard in and changed all the electronics.

“It’s not always about going out and spending a lot of money on a left-winger, it’s about the money you have to build a better institution, so that you have enough money, to bring in the winger.

“We did that, and I believe we became one of the most attractive teams in League One.

“The hardest thing I had to deal with was having my ambition heading into the people who didn’t believe it was justified, and try and persuade them that it was OK to aim high.

“Little setbacks never bothered me so if you have your eye on that gold star, it’ll be OK.

“We played Sunderland at Wembley, lost, but we in front of more than 70,000 people which is a great experience.”

“And I’m proud of that as I believe the club are in great shape.”