This autumn, several changes have been to the facilities at Adams Park.

Since October, new floodlights, new dugouts, and a press area are just some of the improvements the club has had following its promotion to the Championship.

It was confirmed in the middle of November that the changes at the stadium are now complete.

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The dugouts, which will be used for the first time in the match against Brentford on November 21, are state-of-the-art OMP racing seats from Oxfordshire-based company Raceparts.

Gareth Ainsworth, his staff and substitutes will be able to enjoy the game from the new dugout structure, fitted by 6.59 Design, which contains 14 of the reclinable racing changes and rubber matting, with the same set-up provided for the opposition.

James Bloore from Raceparts said: “Using the technology and knowledge gained from manufacturing motorsport seats, OMP have been able to produce dugout seats that look and feel like racing seats but have a greater comfort for the players.

“OMP have been supplying these seats to some of Europe’s finest football clubs and are honoured to be able to supply Wycombe Wanderers from the famous seat-making town of Wycombe.”

Manager Gareth Ainsworth, who will return to the new-look dugout against the Bees on Saturday following a back operation, added: “Now we just want the fans to be able to come back into the ground so they can show their support and be a real part of it instead of having to watch from home.

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“I had to do that for three games after my operation and it just isn’t the same.”

OMP Racing, based in Italy and founded in 1973, is the market leader in manufacturing the highest quality motorsport safety products.

Raceparts UK, from Wallingford, have been manufacturing and supplying Motor Racing components worldwide since 1970 and are OMP Racing’s agent for the dugout seats in the UK.