The international break may have come at the perfect time for struggling Wycombe Wanderers, with many previously injured players returning.

Speaking to the press ahead of a Championship clash with Millwall, manager Gareth Ainsworth expects to have a fit and firing front line ready to bag the first Chairboys goal of the season.

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HE said: “Hopefully the break has done us well.

“They’re all in contention for the weekend so now we have to find out from our physio’s in the next two days who’s fit and who is not.

"But I’m hoping that [Adebayo] Akinfenwa, [Dominic] Gape and [Uche] Ikpeazu are all close to full fitness and we can get some goals going in at the right end and reduce some of the mistakes.”

However, not everyone was at the training ground over the international break, with summer signing Daryl Horgan receiving his first Republic of Ireland cap for over two years when he played against Wales.

Ainsworth was over the moon to see him run on for the Boys in Green but was even happier seeing him running off.

He added: "We are really proud of him, and I’m sure his family is immensely proud, he’s been one of the shining lights for us this season and deserved his cap.

“It was nice to see him jog off the pitch last night and not limp off and hopefully we can get him recovered for the weekend, a tough game against Millwall.”

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Friday, October 16 marks the close of the domestic transfer window, marking the end of dealings between English clubs.

The manager is still hopeful of bringing one more player in, having signed Josh Knight from Leicester City on loan last 10 days ago.

He said: “We signed Josh Knight last week from Leicester so he’s going to make a big difference in his position and I am trying to add one more before the window closes, whether we can or not we will see.

"But there is always a chance to add free agents afterward as well so we will see where that goes.”