Comedian and Wanderers fan Henning Wehn returned to his stomping ground to speak to some of the Wycombe and staff players.

The German, who moved to England in the early 2000s, worked for the Chairboys' marketing department between 2002 and 2003, before leaving the club to focus on his comedy career.

In the 11-minute video that was recorded for Sky Sports Football’s YouTube channel, the clip sees the Wycombe fan return to Adams Park and speak to the likes of Adebayo Akinfenwa and Matt Bloomfield, as well as asking manager Gareth Ainsworth his thoughts regarding the season opener against Accrington Stanley on August 7.Bucks Free Press: Bayo and Wehn were in good spirits Bayo and Wehn were in good spirits

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When talking to the boss, Wehn asks: “First game of the season against Accrington Stanley, so how many are we going to win [by]?”

A respectful Ainsworth responded back with: “No pressure, Henning. Thank you.

“It’s going to be a tough game.

“John Coleman has done a very similar job to the Wycombe story.

“Accrington Stanley is this team that has always been in the lower leagues and now they are in League One which is the highest they have ever been.

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“They’re going to be a tough proposition, but, it could have been so different as it could have been a Championship fixture we’re looking forward to.

“But Accrington will be tough and worthy opponents at Adams Park where the fans are going to be back.

"I’m predicting a Wycombe win, don’t you worry about that.”

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In the video, Wehn is also seen speaking to Akinfenwa, who reiterates that this season will be his final year as a professional football, as well as captain Bloomfield.

Mr Wycombe, who joined the club not long after the comic’s departure in 2003, spoke to the comic about his interesting choice of tactics. 

The 47-year-old also visited the Marlow Road training ground.

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