Wycombe striker Craig Mackail-Smith explained this is a fixture he has been looking forward to for sometime as he prepares to face old club Peterborough tomorrow.

Mackail-Smith racked up an impressive 80 goals in 185 games for the Posh and established himself as one of the finest strikers outside the Premier League at the time.

Now, he is prepared to face a team that lie second in the league and it is a challenge he is relishing.

He said: "It is a club I love and I have great memories there and they gave me an opportunity in the league so I will always have fond memories and I have family ties with Barry [Fry] there.

"As soon as the fixtures came out, it was a case of seeing when we had them at home and when we had them away.

"We have them away a week after my birthday so it will be two fixtures that are quite special."

Peterborough have an incredible away record with seven wins from eight on their travels but Mackail-Smith said the match should hold no fears for them.

He added: "We have shown that we can compete with the teams up there.

"We have played very well against Portsmouth, Charlton, Luton and we have more than matched them.

"It is going to be a tough game but we are in good form at home."