Gareth Ainsworth’s Wycombe side have just one more game left this season, with League One survival all but assured barring a 13-goal swing on the final day when the Chairboys face Joey Barton’s Fleetwood Town.

Many supporters have begun thinking of next season and the changes they would like to see over the summer break to ensure that the threat of relegation is a much more distant fear than it has been in recent months.

But just what do Wanderers need to do over the next few months to continue their upward journey in the football league?

Much has been made of the further investment coming in at Adams Park, with the Wycombe Wanderers Trust ending discussions with Bill Luby and Jim Collis earlier this month regarding potential investment. Just how vital is increased investment over the summer period for the next campaign?

Football clubs have notoriously short fuses nowadays, especially in respect to the short-lived tenures of managers. In Gareth Ainsworth, Wycombe have a manager who knows the club and supporters inside-out, a luxury not enjoyed by many football league clubs.

Do you think that the most important thing Wanderers could do this summer is ensure Ainsworth is the man picking the team on opening day next season?

Or do you think changes need to be made to the squad to ensure that the side are not dragged into the relegation battle next season. Are you happy with the current squad available, or do you think certain areas need to be strengthened to ensure a higher league position in 12 months’ time?

What hopes do you have for next season? What, if any, changes need to be implemented over the course of pre-season to ensure the 2019-20 is less nerve-shredding than the climax of this season? Leave your thoughts below.