Wycombe Wanderers chairman Rob Couhig confirmed that the club has a 'commitment' for a 'state-of-the-art' training ground in Little Marlow

The club will continue to use the current training ground in the short term with the plans to relocate still in the pipeline.

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On the Ringing the Blues podcast, the Chairboys owner said there will be an announcement made very shortly.

He said: “I have just met with the guys who have the present training ground and they have agreed to a long-term commitment.

“We have a commitment in Little Marlow for a very big training ground that will be state-of-the-art.

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Currently, the Chairboys train at a facility on Marlow Road near Handy Cross but it will be “markedly improved" for when the players return next season.

Rob Couhig continued: “We have a plan of what will take place there in the next four months so when the players show up and  the media show up to get interviews it will be a markedly improved place”