WYCOMBE Wanderers manager Gareth Ainsworth cannot wait for a return to action and predicts some special times ahead, if his side can finish the season in the same vein of form they started it.

All football is currently under suspension due to the coronavirus pandemic but the board at The Football Association has agreed to extend the professional campaign indefinitely.

Leagues and competitions are now suspended until at least Thursday April 30 and Wycombe stars have been giving personalised training programmes to maintain fitness as best they can during the weeks ahead.

Ainsworth explained the virus has not stopped the club from continuing to plan for the future and he has thanked Pete Couhig – who is still in Wycombe – for his commitment to the cause.

Ainsworth said in a video posted on social media: “I’m at home like everyone should be at the moment – isolating.

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“I am missing you all – the fans and the players who I’m sure are missing the fans and playing as well but they’ve all got personal training programmes that you’re going to be seeing online, if you haven’t seen plenty of them already.

“We’re going to be letting you all know what we’re doing to keep occupied throughout this time.

“It’s a real tough and challenging time at the moment for everyone. We understand that and we’re just glad that we’ve got the support of both Rob and Pete Couhig. The club is in great hands going forward.

“Health is the most important thing and I’ve been in constant contact with Rob about that plus about how we want to manage this club and go forward with it.

“A special mention to Pete as well. He’s miles away from home and still in Wycombe.

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“If anyone needed to know how committed to the cause he is then staying in Wycombe while all this is going on and pushing the club forward is fantastic from him.

“We’ve had staff meetings online and conference calls have been entertaining. We’re all looking forward to getting back to training and getting the season started whenever that may be.

“Going forward, we’re working on recruitment and what we can do in the future to improve Wycombe Wanderers but as always health comes first. Stay safe everybody. Keep on listening to the rules and following them.

“I’m sure we will be back playing soon and I can’t wait. If we can finish the season the way we started it then there can be some really special times.”