Wycombe left-back Joe Jacobson has praised the fans for the support he has received after picking up two accolades in the last week.

The 33-year-old, who has played over 250 games for the club, was named in the 2019/20 League One Team of the Year, whilst also picking up the club’s Supporter’s Player of the Year award.

The Welshman scored an incredible 12 goals last season, which included a hat-trick of set-pieces against Lincoln City in September, as well as the winner against Oxford United in the League One play-off final at Wembley.

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Speaking ahead of today’s match, the set-piece specialist said: "It’s really nice to get personal things like that.

"You don’t usually get things like that unless the team does well and have a successful season, so for me, that is the most important thing.

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"I’ve got these awards before when the team hasn’t been successful and they don’t really mean a lot, so when the team has done well, it makes it a lot sweeter.

On the fans, Jacobson said: “I’m proud that the fans have voted for me for the efforts I have put in this season, and for the Team of the Year, it is nice that your fellow professionals value you.

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“But you feel for the supporters not being able to go to the game.

"Some fans wait 20, 30, 40 years to see their team in the Championship, but we've seen videos of fans being together celebrating like they were at Wembley and it was awesome to see.

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“They’ve waited 133 years to be here and we want the fans to be here with us to share it.

“Unfortunately they’re not here at the minute, but hopefully it won’t be too long before they are.

"We recently had a meeting where we were shown videos of the fans celebrating [after the play-off final win against Oxford] and the boys were welling up and getting Goosebumps."

If Jacobson were to play in today's match against Rotherham United, it would be his first appearance in the Championship since April 22, 2006, when the then 19-year-old made his debut for his hometown club, Cardiff City.

The Welshman came on as a substitute and played the final nine minutes in the Dragons' 1-0 home defeat to Norwich City at Ninian Park.