Jack Grimmer hopes Wycombe can cause an upset against Derby County this weekend.

It will be the first-ever meeting between the two sides with both teams in need of a win.

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Despite being on a good run of losing just one of the last six matches, Wycombe have only scored six goals in the league this season and have the worst goal difference, whilst Derby are bottom of the division and are looking for a new manager.

The Rams will have ex-Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney in temporary charge of the club along with former Reading man Liam Rosenior and ex-Newcastle goalkeeper Shay Give, but the Scotsman hopes this can be the perfect opportunity to secure their third win of the season.

Grimmer said: “We’re used to the pressure and the spotlight being on the other team.”

“They might have a new manager coming in and there is of course numerous talk about Rooney as well.

“For me, that adds pressure for them that they don’t want and that is something that we thrive on.”

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“We know that some teams don’t like playing us because there is that pressure of ‘little Wycombe could cause an upset.’

“I don’t mean no disrespect to Wycombe but we’re always viewed with that term in this league as we achieved the unimaginable last season.

“So it is something that we play on and we love and we love so if we can go there and cause an upset, it would be a great thing.”