Wycombe Wanderers forward Sam Vokes has revealed to the Free Press the best ‘technical’ goal he has so far scored for the club.

The 33-year-old sat down with us after it was confirmed he had penned a new contract to remain at Adams Park for the 2023/24 season.

And at the time of writing, he has bagged 23 strikes in 84 appearances for the Chairboys, which includes 17 in his first season, which helped him win the club’s Player of the Year award.

However, despite well-taken headers and first-time bangers, there is one goal that stands out in his Wanderers career.

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When asked what the best technical goal he has scored for Wycombe, he told the Free Press: “I got one off my a**e last season!

“Jason McCarthy smashed one against me away at Crewe from a few yards away.

“It smacked my bum and it went in.

"He ran off celebrating in one direction, but I then ran off to celebrate as well in the other direction.

"They all count so I will take that as my best ‘technical’ goal for Wycombe so far!”

That strike, which came in Gareth Ainsworth’s 500th match in charge of the club in March 2022, would be one of 77 the Chairboys scored as they ended their season under the Wembley arch against Sunderland in the League One play-off final.

It wouldn’t be Wycombe’s day in the showpiece, as they would go down 2-0 in a match that belonged to the Black Cats.

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And despite the disappointment, Vokes spoke fondly of the day as it marked a first of his career.

When asked about his best collective moment at the club so far, he said: “I like to reflect on the play-offs last year.

“The home win against MK was huge, especially getting the second goal.

“And walking out at Wembley to represent this club was incredible, as it was my first time playing in a final there.

“That was an amazing feeling, but it was disappointing to not get the result that day.”

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Finally, on Wanderers’ play-off push this season, he concluded: “The lads feel optimistic and they feel good.

“We’ve had some frustrating results in recent weeks that could have given us a better chance of getting into the play-offs, but, we still have a chance and we know what we need to do.

“We’ve got to respect Lincoln [on Saturday] as they are a well-organised team and they pose a threat, but, we need to maximise the points available to get into the play-offs and we need to put them on the front foot.

“If we can take it to the last day against Portsmouth, then that would be a great achievement as we’re surrounded by lots of great team.”