Wycombe Wanderers chairman Trevor Stroud issued a positive update this week on the news of potential investment for the club.

Last April, American duo Bill Luby and Jim Collis pulled out of a deal that would have given them a majority share of the club but Stroud, although wary of the same thing happening again, is pleased with the way things are progressing.

He said: “Talks are progressing. We have had a couple of setbacks and I am loathe to start making commitments until things are there but it is looking positive.

“We think we have found the right partner who will work within the ethos of Wycombe and add to it.

“I am quietly confident and that is as far as I am prepared to go at this stage.”

This week, former Wycombe Wanderers defender Kortney Hause moved from Wolves to Aston Villa for an undisclosed fee with fans speculating if the club gained money from a sell-on fee.

Stroud confirmed this was the case. He added: “There will be a boost to coffers from that sale.

“I know this really annoys people but until we have confirmed the details and got permission from Wolves to talk about anything I can’t see much more but I can confirm there will be a boost to the finances, which is great for the club.”