Wycombe manager Gareth Ainsworth has opened up about being linked to other clubs.

The gaffer, who has been in charge of the Adams Park outfit since September 2012, has had his name mentioned when clubs such as Sunderland and Lincoln have had vacant spaces.

But the 47-year-old admitted that being happy is more important to him than money, and he has stated that he is happy at Wycombe.

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He said on the ‘I Had Trials Once’ podcast: “It's been documented this season I’ve had the chance to move on.

"I’ve had a couple opportunities.

“It’s got to be right.

"It's not going to be something that I just go ‘right, get there as quick as I can’ because I think you've got some real structure and plan about this.

"You know, it's not about the money.

“There may be an opportunity at one time that comes on, that will be one I can't turn down because that what it's going to give me and my family is outweighing what I get it at Wycombe.

“But, I can't put a price on the loyalty I have at Wycombe from the fans and the culture i built and being happy as well.

“I've got three children that are very, very happy and I think it's really important as well not to not to jump at the first thing.

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“Leaving Wycombe would be a massive wrench at the moment because what I’ve built, where we are and how happy I am.”

Ainsworth is the longest serving manager in the EFL, taking charge of Wycombe 404 times in his eight-year period at the club.

The new owners as well as the fans will be hoping this will be enough for him to stay, as the club are on the cuffs of their highest ever league finish and promotion to the Championship.