If you’re a fan of Wycombe Wanderers and dogs, then this Saturday will be one of the best days of your life.

The Stokenchurch Dog Rescue charity will be present at Adams Park on April 22 when the Chairboys take on Lincoln City, to show off their rehomed pooches whilst hoping to raise money for the cause.

This will be done via bucket shakes, along with a chance to win a signed matchday Max Strjyek home goalkeeper shirt and gloves, which have both been signed.

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The Polish shot-stopper has been an avid supporter of the charity since moving to Wycombe from Livingston in the summer, whilst showing his pet dog to his thousands of followers.

Actor and Wanderers supporter Colin Baker, who is best known for playing Doctor Who between 1984 and 1986, is also a supporter of the charity.

He said: “I’m in a job where people can get a bit tongue tied when they meet their idol, and I’m in that position with Max!

“As a supporter of Wycombe Wanderers, I place them at the top of the pedestal.

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“I’m a patron at Stokenchurch Dog Rescue so it’s an honorary job – I don’t do much other than say nice things about dogs!

“I like supporting local charities and it’s brilliant to help dogs too.”

The winner of the items will be announced at half-time of Wanderers match against the Imps on Saturday.

To take part, go to www.crowdfunder.co.uk/p/wycombe-wanderers-prize-draw/backers.

Additionally, for more information about the charity, visit stokenchurchdogrescue.org.uk.