WANDERERS boss Peter Taylor has warned supporters that booing former captain David McCracken will only make the Scot more determined.

McCracken led Wanderers to promotion last season before leaving in the summer to join Blues county rivals MK Dons on a free transfer after letting his contract run out.

Taylor was desperate to keep him and blamed his departure on the behind-the-scenes problems which saw Blues unable to sign players for the first seven weeks of the summer because of the boardroom takeover.

Taylor said: “I hope our supporters don’t boo him. He was an outstanding captain for us. I was very disappointed to lose him but we all know the reasons why he left.”

And he says a negative reaction from the Wycombe fans tomorrow could work against his team.

He said: “I know from when I was playing that it would make me more determined to go out and flippin show people and I think, knowing Crax, that he would have a laugh at it.”