Gareth Ainsworth believes that it is ‘brilliant’ seeing the club improving both on and off the field.

The Chairboys find themselves off of the foot of the Championship table following two wins in their previous three matches, but the club has been developing off the field too in recent weeks.

Both floodlights and a new press area have been developed in recent weeks on top of the improvements made over pre-season in order to upgrade the experience at Adams Park and make sure the side are given every possible opportunity to succeed.

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Speaking ahead of the difficult test against Brentford, Ainsworth said: “It’s part and parcel of being a Championship club, you come to Adams Park now and you see aesthetic differences. We do things differently, we’re trying to upgrade all the experience for when fans can return and the way we run ourselves.

“I have been able to add a few new staff which is brilliant.

“We’ve got a new physio and a new full-time sport scientist so we are slowly building this club into a Championship club but believe me we’ve had more players and staff than we’ve ever had but we’re still a million miles away from every other Championship team.

“The gulf is so big between the leagues, League One to the Championship, it is such a huge jump it is not going to happen overnight but with Rob Couhig and Pete Couhig’s help we are definitely going to be improving every aspect of this club.”

One moment the 47-year-old picked out in particular was Anis Mehmeti making his debut for the first team against Millwall, having been signed to the new B Team in the summer under coach Sam Grace. 

He continued: “Anis Mehmeti coming through the B team and making his first team debut is a huge sign of Wycombe moving in the right direction.

“It’s brilliant for this team and this town- the only thing missing now is supporters.”

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Grace joined as the club’s B Team head coach in August this year after spending time Reading’s Under 16 Coach and Youth Development Phase Coach.

This is his second spell at the club after he previously worked with the club’s youth department under Richard Dobson from 2008 to 2012.

He will coach players such as Curtis Anderson, Malachi Linton and Andron Georgiou.

Anderson and Linton have since been loaned out to Walton Casuals and Slough Town respectively, but will continue to train with the Chairboys.

The five players all joined Wycombe this season on free transfers following successful trials.