Wycombe Wanderers boss Gareth Ainsworth has revealed that there are no new injury updates going into Saturday's match against Bolton.

In the opening fixture of the campaign against Burton Albion, David Wheeler played at right-back for the first time in his career, which allowed Jack Grimmer to sit in the middle of the defence alongside Ryan Tafazolli, with Joe Jacobson sitting in his usual left-back slot.

The move worked wonders as Wheeler and Grimmer kept a clean sheet in the 3-0 over the Brewers, which saw the former also get onto the scoresheet.

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And with Chris Forino getting injured in pre-season, the boss is happy with his options at the back for when they travel up north this weekend.

The club are currently unbeaten in four matches against Bolton, where they have kept four clean sheets and have scored seven goals.

He said: “Curtis Thompson is the only long term [injury], but the rest are quite close.

“There are no fresh ones and there is no-one that we have lost.

“We’ve got a squad that is around 85 per cent fit and even though we have got a couple of players missing, we have got a strong squad to take up to the University of Bolton Stadium.”

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On Wheeler playing right-back, Ainsworth added: “I have total confidence in Dave.

“He is known as the Swiss army knife and I actually told him that I played as a right-back in the latter stages of my career from originally being a winger.

“I personally found it quite refreshing knowing what the winger was thinking as you were once in that position.

“He told me that he enjoyed it even though it was a different position and he’s a great lad.

“He has got great athleticism , he can head the ball well, he has a got a goal in him too and Jack [Grimmer] has been solid for us all pre-season.

“When we have been short in the centre back department, he has come in and you know what you are going to get from him.

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“I think they were extra efforts to protect Tyla Dickinson on his league debut which is great and the fans were well aware that he was making his debut.

“I think those moments [the crowd singing Dickinson’s name] would have meant the world to him, so thank you to the fans for that.”