Chairboys striker Alex Samuel cannot wait to face his boyhood club, Swansea City, at Adams Park on Saturday.

The Neath-born attacker spent five years at the club between 2012 and 2017, but did not make any first-team appearances for the Welsh side.

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Samuel said: “I’m really looking forward to it, it is an occasion I am really going to relish and see a few friendly faces.

“It was definitely a game that when the fixtures came out I wanted to see when I was playing Swansea so it is definitely something I am looking forward to.”

The former Wales youth player is yet to feature in the league yet this season but insists that the spirits are still high amongst the squad, and that they are learning more with every passing game.

His only outing for Wycombe so far was in the EFL Cup defeat to Brentford on September 6, where je was substituted after 65 minutes.

He added: “I think 80 per cent, myself included, haven’t played at this level before so it is a quick learning process.

“Especially from the two defeats, we’ve learned so much already about the league and it is something we are going to have to learn quickly.

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“There’s so much to learn and so much to develop so we are just trying to find our feet at this particular time but it is something we are still excited about this amazing opportunity we have to be playing in the Championship and as a team, it is where we want to stay.

“Our goal now is to stay in the league and be here, in this incredible league.”

Since joining the club in August 2018, Samuel has played 66 games for the club and has scored 10 goals.

His last goal came in the 4-1 win against Fleetwood Town in the Chairboys’ first leg semi-final win the League One play-offs back in July.