Ex-Wycombe Wanderers boss Gareth Ainsworth has revealed he will spend time focusing on his music career.

The 50-year-old, who spent 13-and-a-bit-years at Adams between November 2009 and February 2023 as a player, and then manager, is also a member of the rock group, the Cold Blooded Hearts, who released a 10-track album in July.

And following his sacking as Queens Park Rangers’ manager in October, he has decided to concentrate on improving his guitar skills.

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He told the BBC: “Football is so good to me and I've loved it throughout my career but you never know.

“Somebody told me, when you've got nothing, you've got to have some focus; that focus for me is getting better at the guitar.

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“I've been a football player, a football manager and then I could be touring with a rock band in America.”

In 2019, the EFL celebrated Ainsworth’s achievement of becoming the league’s longest-serving manager by recording a version of ‘Yeah, I’m a Wanderer’ at Adams Park with his band.