Matt Bloomfield has seen it all in his time at Wycombe.

Promotion to League One, relegation from League One, memorable FA Cup runs, play-off finals and a great escape on the last day of the 2013/14 season at Torquay.

With 11 games to go, Bloomfield enters yet another shot at promotion with his beloved Wanderers.

Manager Gareth Ainsworth has described the rest of the season as ‘11 cup finals’ and Bloomfield is excited at what lies ahead, although he is still ensuring he and the squad try not to get too far ahead of themselves.

He said: “It is really exciting to be part of the promotion race. There is still a long way to go with a quarter of the season left.

“It is 11 games and if we play well enough in those games and pick up the points that we need then it is really exciting.

“I am sure every one of us, supporters and players, would have accepted this position at the start of the season with 11 games to go and we have to look forward to it and embrace it.

“It is a great position to be in with trying to get out of the right end of the league and get promoted and everything that comes with that.

“It is a fantastic opportunity and a really exciting one and it is a great time for us to really get back on track.

“Win or lose against Cambridge, it isn’t going to get us promotion or lose us promotion but if we can get the three points then it will be a big step forward of where we want to be.”

Bloomfield was part  of the League Two promotion-winning sides of 2008./9 and 2010/11 and he will draw on that experience on the run-in.

With the likes of Adebayo Akinfenwa, Adam El-Abd, Nathan Tyson and Craig Mackail-Smith also in the squad they have that experience to call upon.

As one of those senior professionals, Bloomfield explained that some of the younger members of the squad may not have been in this position before.

He added: “The young lads know we are there for advice if they want it.

“The boys do come to us from time to time but equally sometimes that naivety in this situation can be a positive as well.

“They will embrace this situation to try and play football and to try and win games and that enthusiasm at times is brilliant but there are times when you need those older heads to offer that experience and we have plenty of them around to offer that when needed.

“It is a time for knowledge and a time for cool heads and I am sure we have enough in that changing room to know what’s needed to get over the finishing line.”

Cambridge are Wycombe’s next opponents to Adams Park and Bloomfield warned that this game will be a lot tougher than it would have been a few weeks ago.

He said: “They have been a good run and they will come to us full of confidence. They got a good point against Luton last week and that will be a boost for them and they will be looking forward to the game as much as we are.

“We need to get back on track and we have worked hard to get ourselves back and it will be tough.”