Gareth Ainsworth is hoping that now the takeover from the Couhig’s has officially gone through, Wycombe Wanderers can improve on and off the pitch.

Speaking after the 3-1 win over Tranmere, Ainsworth revealed that the Couhig family have officially taken over the club with Pete Couhig serving as the Chief Financial Officer whilst Rob Couhig, Pete's uncle, is the new Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the club.

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And Ainsworth is hoping the finances will improve the club in the future. 

Ainsworth said: “It’s great for the club but the SCMP (Salary Cost Management Protocol) is what will always restrict this club from competing, as we can’t have an £8m budget or a £10m budget like some clubs in this league.

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“We have got to stay right down there because you’re not allowed to spend more than your club earns.

"But what I am expecting is that we can improve things around the place.

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“The pitch will be nicer, along with the training facilities and then yes, a couple of extra players of this quality that can win these games for us but for the moment there’s not many that I’d swap.

The new owners will be hoping that the club will be playing Championship football next year as Wycombe continue to fight for promotion.

Ainsworth continued: “I’m really proud and pleased with my squad and it’s just awesome after 33 games and were third in the league and no one in their wildest dreams would have predicted that and I’m really proud of the boys today.”

Wycombe’s next game is away at Doncaster on February 29.