Wycombe Wanderers boss Gareth Ainsworth has jokingly labelled Luton striker Danny Hylton as the 'Robbie Savage of League Two' ahead of Wycombe's clash with the Hatters on Tuesday evening.

Hylton has been in fine form for Luton this season, topping the scoring charts as the division's highest scorer.

However, he could miss out as he recovers from a hamstring injury sustained against Morecambe.

Ainsworth explained that his absence could be crucial but will certainly prepare his side as if he will be playing in what should be a thrilling contest.

He added: “He is a good player. He can be frustrating to a lot of other players as he is such a threat. He is almost like the Robbie Savage of League Two.

“Maybe he misses the game but if we see Danny Hylton on the pitch he will be up for it and he is a player you would have in the squad but when you come up against him, you want to make sure you get the better and stop him doing what he does best which is score goals and create chances and be a pain in the neck for defenders.

“We will see what happens. He has picked up a couple of hamstring issues lately. I won’t be taking anything for granted thinking Hylton won’t be starting and we are going to prepare as best we can and as if they will be playing their strongest team.

“It is nice to have a weekend off and I am sure it will be an exciting and highly-charged atmosphere.”

For a full preview of the Luton game, read tomorrow's Bucks Free Press.