With the transfer window closing for the final time this season in five days time, Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth said he still could get a player or two in before Wednesday’s deadline.

Ainsworth has been active in the transfer market, signing loanees Tafari Moore, Nathan McGinley and Randell Williams to add strength to an already impressive squad.

With Moore and McGinley showing their quality and Williams an unused substitute against Crewe, Ainsworth feels another suitable addition could help as Wanderers challenge for promotion to League One- if the right deal is available.

He said: “We will see about any more business.

“There are plenty of caveats with players about prices and locations and things like that and we will see if we can.

“I am always looking and talking to people so it all depends to see if a deal can come off at the right price for us.”

Although Ainsworth admits he still has his eye on the transfer market, he is also hoping that he can keep his squad together for what looks like an exciting run-in.

He added: “It isn’t just about bringing new players in, it is also about keeping your own assets and the boys who have done it for us.

“As I said on Saturday, the fans, the board and the 500 Club have put their money in and it all goes towards keeping this squad as strong as we possibly can.

“Whether that is loan players or keeping players here longer-term who have done well for us, so all these things will come into it.”

One player who is making a name for himself is Alfie Mawson, who scored the winner for Swansea against Liverpool on Monday night.

Ainsworth brought the young defender on loan from Brentford and Mawson is now one of the most lauded centre-halves in the country and the Wycombe boss expressed his pride at seeing Mawson do so well.

He added: “It gives me absolute pride to see him doing so well.
“To give him his league debut and to see him flourish here was special and I am pleased we have played a part.”