Wycombe Wanderers face Wayne Rooney’s Derby County tonight who are relegation rivals as the Chairboys look to stage an unlikely survival bid.

Uche Ikpeazu has full belief Wanderers are able “to write a story” that would see Wycombe in the Championship next season.

The striker has impressed despite his injury problems and hopes to add more goals to his game as the season goes on.

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Ikpeazu was fouled to win Wycombe’s penalty in Saturday’s turnaround at Huddersfield, one of six fouls - twice as many as any other player that day.

He said: “I am not going to lie I hate losing, everyone has been burning just to win a game.

“It has been tough, I care so much and it hurts me to lose

“Listen it’s a great win but we have got work to do.

“I am excited, like I said we are going to write a story”

Uche Ikpeazu was fouled six times against Huddersfield Town (Prime Media)

Uche Ikpeazu was fouled six times against Huddersfield Town (Prime Media)

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Wycombe are currently 10 points of safety but Ikpeazu has called Saturday's dramatic comeback a catalyst for positive results.

He continued: “I am happy for the players because I am with them and they work hard and they are honest.

“These are the most honest group of boys I have ever played with.

“The games are coming thick and fast, it is on to Tuesday now but I am looking forward to it.

“To come back from 2-0 down to win 3-2 if that’s not catalyst I don’t know what is.”