Retiring Chairboys legend Adebayo Akinfenwa named three former Wycombe Wanderers stars in his ‘Perfect XI’ for FourFourTwo magazine.

The 40-year-old has hung up his boots after more than two decades scoring goals across the Football League, including more than 60 for Wycombe in 250 appearances.

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A veteran of more than 10 different clubs, his perfect side consists of players predominantly from his time at Swansea City, from 2005 until 2007, and Wycombe since 2016.

His chosen goalkeeper is current number one at Adams Park, David Stockdale.

Reportedly undergoing a medical to join Sheffield Wednesday this week, the 36-year-old has played more than 60 times since arriving in Buckinghamshire in 2020.

Explaining his decision in the popular magazine, Akinfenwa said: “There’s a tick next to so many aspects of his game- and he’s a good kicker.”

Alongside a defence consisting of England star Kyle Walker and former Leeds United boss Garry Monk is Chairboys captain, Joe Jacobson.

A full-back with almost 350 appearances for the club since his arrival in 2014, Jacobson has been un-droppable across the rise from League Two to the Championship.

When discussing Jacobson, ‘The Beast’ said “he has one of the best left foot’s I’ve come across in my career.”

The final Wycombe player which makes the cut is current Crystal Palace star Eberechi Eze.

Bucks Free Press:

Spending a spell on loan at Adams Park in 2017, the Nigerian midfielder scored five in 22 appearances before being recalled and becoming a regular at Queens Park Rangers until his £17m move to Selhurst Park in 2020.

According to Akinfenwa, he had called that he would make it in the big time, saying “it was obvious he was something special.”

Away from the playing side, his choice of manager was current Chairboys boss Gareth Ainsworth.

Stating that the decision was easy, he continued: “The way he motivates, sets up his teams and gets the best out of them with the resources he gets is incredible.”