Gareth Ainsworth said he is ‘proud’ after he reached the milestone of managing 400 games for Wycombe.

Ainsworth reached the landmark in the Chairboys’ match against Bristol Rovers on Saturday, where Wycombe won 3-1.

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The 46-year-old first joined the club as a player in November 2009 before becoming Wycombe’s manager in September 2012.

Since being in charge of the club, Ainsworth has won 162 matches as Wycombe manager, drawing 101 and losing 137.

He is currently the longest-serving manager in the Football League.

Speaking after the Bristol Rovers game, Ainsworth said: “Hopefully I’ll be one of those good managers who get up to 500 or 600 games!

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“But I’m proud of my time here.

“I think we have put the club back on the map.

“I’ve seen shirts in the town centre, I’ve seen stuff in the local press, I’ve seen stuff in shop windows that I never saw 10 years ago, maybe even 25 years ago when there was a big who-ha about the club getting into the Football League.

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“I’m always in the shadows of some previous managers of the club but I’m really proud to have got this club back on the map as we enjoy the highest position we have ever been in.

“Long may that continue.”

Prior to getting the Wycombe job, Ainsworth had two separate spells as QPR’s caretaker manager.

Both those spells were in the 2008/09 season.

Wycombe’s next match is against Fleetwood Town on February 11.