Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth is under no illusion that this weekend's opener at home to Bolton Wanderers will be a very tricky test, despite the problems their opponents are having off the pitch.

Bolton have had well documented issues and start the season on -12 points. With the club in turmoil off the pitch, on the pitch the team have had a fairly decent pre-season despite some friendlies being cancelled early on.

However, Ainsworth knows that Phil Parkinson's side will provide the Chairboys with a stern test at 3pm on Saturday afternoon.

He said: "We have a tough team coming down.

"With all the talk about the team they are going to bring and who is under contract, they have some good players in their younger group if they need to call on them but they also have some really good players in their older group as well.

"I look at the names who played in their pre-season games and they are household names and many of them have played in the Championship.

"Don't be under any illusion that this will be an easy game because Bolton are in financial difficulty.

"That is the total contrary and can sometimes totally galvanise teams and makes them more together and they have some fantastic players who have played at a higher level so we have to be on it, and we will be.

"This is not going to be an easy game by any means."

Ainsworth did have good news in terms of injuries and admitted he has a real selection poser ahead of the match.

He added: "We have Sido Jombati and Curtis Thompson as long-termers but everyone else is fit and we have a good squad to choose from on Saturday so I am really pleased.

"There is now selection trouble. We still have a small squad and we have about 22 players but the quality has gone up with what we have managed to do.

"We have spread it further this year, players have wanted to come and are happy to be here.

"We have selection problems and everyone will play a huge part this season.

"A lot of emphasis gets put on this first game but the 46th one is the most important for me as you know what you have to do and what you have to achieve.

"I hope the players understand that with such a strong squad everyone will play their part this season."