Birthday boy Nick Freeman revealed his delight at reaching 100 appearances for Wycombe Wanderers - and hoped there would be many more to come.

Freeman joined the club from non-league Histon three years ago and has become an integral part of Gareth Ainsworth's squad.

The 24-year-old credits Ainsworth and assistant Richard Dobson for all their help developing his game and he hopes to carry on that improvement.

He said: "It means so much to me that I have reached 100 games for the club.

"It is flattering to have reached that milestone and it is a dream come true so far.

"On and off the pitch, the gaffer and Dobbo have made me a better man, a better player and they are helping everyone out, not just me, and they are a pleasure to work with.

"The senior players I look up to as well. Blooms is the perfect professional and Bayo looks after the group so well and it is no surprise to see us where we are with those kind of characters."

This weekend, the Blues face a tricky FA Cup trip to Tranmere and Freeman is relishing the prospect of Wycombe going on a potential cup run.

He added: "It will be a tough game to go to.

"With our current form, we back ourselves against anyone and we believe in ourselves but we aren't going to take anyone too lightly because every game is hard.

"I am sure they are going to want to come at us and they will have their own gameplan but we will go up there and try to win the game."