Wycombe forward Nathan Tyson is relishing the prospect of facing his old club Doncaster Rovers on Saturday.

Tyson scored 18 goals in 71 games for Rovers between 2014 and 2016 and he revealed before joining Donny, he was close to retiring from the game.

He said: "My first season there was fantastic. I almost retired before I went there but my wife said you don't want to retire and my time at the club made me fall in love with football again.

"The fans were fantastic with me but it was a shame I had to leave because of relegation. I have great memories there and am glad that they are doing well but come Saturday, that is all of the window and if I am selected and I score I will be sliding on my knees."

Wycombe's record against those sides in and around the promotion chase has been superb this season and Tyson is hoping they can replicate those performances on Saturday.

He added: "It is not anything that is new for us. We aren't playing against Man City. Don't get me wrong, they are a very good side.

"They play good football and when we went there they beat us fairly but we are at home and our home form is good and I am confident we can get a result.

"The game at the Keepmoat showed the level we need to be at and to achieve the 55 points. We need to make sure we are up to their standards and it was a life lesson for us and since that game we have progressed well."

The Chairboys go into Saturday's match on the back of four straight defeats but Tyson explained the feeling is excellent around the camp, which he puts down to Gareth Ainsworth and his staff.

He said: "I have said before their man management is fantastic. They know each and every player and they know their personalities.

"To deal with everyone's personalities is not an easy job to do and it rubs off on the players.

"What is done is done and we look to the present and the future and they have done everything they can to get our heads right and take pride in the job at hand."