Wycombe right-back Jack Grimmer hopes to get on the scoresheet again as the Chairboys make the trip up to Bolton this weekend.

The 28-year-old bagged his first Wanderers goal in what was his 82nd appearance for the club in January this year, as the Ligh and Dark Blur Army won 2-0 at the University of Bolton Stadium.

It was also the Scotsman’s first goal in any capacity since bagging the third in Coventry City’s 3-1 League Two play-off final success against Exeter City in May 2018.

However, he insisted that whilst he is itching to be on the goalscorer’s list once more in the North West, clean sheets will go a long way.

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Speaking to the press, he said: “I think over the course of a season, it would be clean sheets as that will probably help you win games but at the same time, it is such a good feeling to score.

“I believe that you cannot replicate that feeling in any other walk of life and whether that was in a big game or in a match that you are winning comfortably, it’s always a nice feeling to score and if I can do it again on Saturday, we will be in a good place.”

Grimmer also noted that whilst Wycombe’s record against Bolton is ‘good’ (four games, four wins, seven scored, and zero conceded), he admitted that this shouldn’t be taken into account going into Saturday’s match.

He continued: “I suppose it’s good to know that we have done well against them previously, but I think the team that will play on Saturday is a completely different team to the one that we faced in January.

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“They have got some brilliant new players that fit into what they want to do and I think even when we beat them in January, they went on an incredible run.

“At one point it looked like they were going to sneak into the play-offs and even though they missed out, their form from the back end of last season shows they are going to be right up there.

“Last season, we got off to a brilliant start which kicked us on and gave us momentum and I think we have got a good chance of doing that with the players have got, how they are feeling, and how good pre-season was.

“League One is one of those leagues where 12-14 teams think they have a chance of the top six, and there are some massive clubs in the league.

“It’s great for the neutral.”

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Finally, the former Fulham man spoke about playing at centre back for the club.

Grimmer shone in the position during Wycombe’s 3-0 win over Burton Albion on July 30 following an injury to Chris Forino.

He concluded: “It is a position that I have played in before a few times and I like it.

“If I am ever selected to play there, I will give it my all.”