New Wycombe Wanderers majority shareholder Rob Couhig admitted he was "humbled" to join the club's board after reaching the 75 per cent of votes in favour of being voted on.

Couhig, along with wife Missy, nephew Pete and Mark Palmer, was announced yesterday by chairman Trevor Stroud to be elected onto the board following a 92 per cent turnout by Legacy Members.

The official result will be announced after the fortnight voting period next week but Couhig has already reached the number of votes required.

He said in a video this morning to Blues fans: "I can't begin to tell you how excited that makes me.

"It also humbles me because I know how much this club means to you and to those others who follow this club and have for so many years.

"Missy and I look forward to spending many quality days, months and years with you as we move forward.

"Peter and Mark have already hit the ground running and they will continue to do so and they are as excited as Missy and I are.

"I want to make a couple of commitments to you. I want to commit to you that we will honour the traditions of the club.

"The worldwide Wycombe phenomena exists because of you and because of its history. We recognise that and we will always honour it.

"We will always be honest with you in our dealings with the club and how we intend to move it forward.

"Unquestionably, we will make decisions you disagree with. However, know you will always have a place at the table to discuss it and we will always listen to your comments.

"I want to commit to you every day that we will be making this the best club in England both on and off the pitch.

"I can't wait to get started.