Wanderers midfielder Jack Young is hoping to be a regular name in the Wycombe starting line-up as the new season gets closer.

The 21-year-old only made two appearances for the club last season whilst on loan from Newcastle United, but he has since signed a permanent contract with the Chairboys.

He missed the latter half of the back of last season due to a foot injury, but now fully-fit, the central midfielder is looking ahead to the match against Burton on Saturday.

Speaking to the Free Press about moving from the North East to Buckinghamshire, he said: “Initially, there was an adjustment period to the style play with new players in a new league, but now, I feel like I’m getting to grips with it and I’m ready to kick on.

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“I’m going to take every game as it comes and if do get my chance I want to make an impact.

“My plans are to become an integral part of the team slowly but surely, and just be around all games every week.

“I’m really pushing to be a starter and that’s the aim.”

Young also believes that that the mix of youth and experience in the squad will benefit the team going forward.

He continued: “Within the camp, we don’t feel as if we’re an underdog.

“We’re confident within ourselves and want to match ourselves against everyone.

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“As we’ve seen with Chris and Anis coming, they are two of the most important players in the team and with myself coming from Newcastle and D’Mani arriving from Man United, I believe we do have this different style of play and I’m looking ahead.”

He also praised the likes of Sam Vokes and Dominic Gape as players he could ‘learn from’.

The season will begin for Wycombe at home against Burton Albion on July 30.