Former Wycombe Wanderers midfielder Freddie Potts has said he’ll ‘never forget his time at the club’, following an impressive season at Adams Park.

The 20-year-old, who joined the Chairboys on loan from West Ham United, played 43 times and scored two goals in his maiden campaign in men’s football, in which he was named the club’s Young Player of the Year, along with the Supporter’s Player of the Year.

His efforts were recognised at the recent End of Season dinner on April 25.

He had been expected to feature in the club’s final game of the campaign against Charlton Athletic on April 27 but didn’t make the matchday squad due to injury.

Speaking at half-time in Wanderers’ 1-0 victory over the Addicks, Potts said: "It's a massive honour [to win the supporter's player of the season, especially with it being my first full season in men's football.

"I've loved every minute and a trip to Wembley was a huge bonus.

"I'll never forget my time at Wycombe."

“It’s been a great year.”

Potts featured in 20 victories out of the 43 matches he played, with the central midfielder also missing roughly two months of the season.

During this period, Wanderers suffered their joint-worst run of league form since joining the EFL in 1993, as they went 12 games without a victory.

Many pundits and fans suggested the absence of Potts in the centre of Wanderers' midfield contributed to the poor run.

BBC 3 Counties Wycombe commentator, Sam Avery, said: “Watching Freddie Potts this season has been nothing short of joyful.

“He plays with such experience at a young age and has a bright future ahead of him.

“Technically brilliant, defensively assured and can simply run a game on his own terms… at 20 years old.”

Both of Potts’ goals for Wycombe came away from home – the first was in a 3-1 loss at Charlton on September 23, with the second being in a 4-1 away thrashing of Fleetwood on October 7.