Wanderers skipper Adam El-Abd said he is relishing coming up against one of the best strikers at League Two level this weekend.

El-Abd is set to face Matt Godden for the first time in his career this weekend and is aware of the threat the former Ebbsfleet striker brings.
Godden was linked with a move away from north Herts in the summer but no deal could be agreed and that is certainly Stevenage's gain.

The skipper has already faced the likes of Danny Hylton, Tom Pope and Christian Doidge so far this season and commented that they all have their own standout attributes.

He said: "It is difficult to put your finger on one striker and with most teams all their strikers pose different threats.

"I have not come up against Matt Godden before and have heard a lot about him but obviously he has scored a few goals at this level so it will be tough and we have to be on our guard."

In the last three away games, Wycombe have lost all of them by the odd goal against Swindon, Morecambe and Accrington and El-Abd said that although the team have been a bit unlucky in those fixtures, the level they have performed at hasn't been at the standard they set themselves.

He added: "In the Swindon and Accrington games there were nothing in them. Against Swindon it blew a gale and it was a 50/50 game as was the Accrington game.

"Their was a bit of fortune on their part. for the goal but we had our chances. Against Morecambe we had it out in the dressing room that we didn't play at our best and we under-performed.

"You could say that in those three games we haven't been up to the level required so you could say that luck plays a bit of a part but we have to address our performance ourselves to give ourselves a better chance to the win game.

"Our home form on the other hand has been very good and we are working on things to add to our performances that we can implement for the rest of the season.

"If we can take that on and perform as we can, that will hold us in good stead for this weekend's game and beyond."