Wycombe new boy David Wheeler praised the togetherness of the Chairboys squad as he came on to score the winner against his former club at Adams Park on Saturday.

Wheeler was introduced to the action just past the hour mark, coming on for Paul Smyth and in the 90th minute was played in by Nick Freeman and the former MK Dons man calmly finished in front of the terrace to make it two out of two at home.

Wheeler said: “I was really fond of my time their (MK Dons) but really happy to score my first goal for Wycombe. When you come on in a game all you hope to do is to have an influence and I’m pleased I could do that.”

The Chairboys new number seven also praised the togetherness of his new teammates with everyone playing their individual part.

He added: “The atmosphere in the changing room is one of the best I’ve had, everyone respects what one another brings to the party and we’re all enjoying ourselves at the minute.

He added: “The competition in the squad is also really healthy, it keeps you on your toes as you don’t want to get to comfortable, it also helps takes the pressure off each other and is great for us as we’ll need everyone throughout the course of the season."