Wycombe Wanderers have been in thoroughly entertaining form this season.

They have smashed home 36 goals in 19 league games, leaving them the second top goalscorers in League Two behind Luton and have recently smashed home seven goals in their past two league games at Adams Park.

Goals have flowed dramatically compared to recent seasons which has made Wanderers a joy to watch and one man in particular is enjoying a real Indian summer.

Adebayo Akinfenwa has scored 10 goals and has six assists to his name already this season, which leaves him as the highest contributor of goals and assists combined in England.

Although having been overtaken as the division’s top scorer in midweek, Akinfenwa is still fending off the likes of Kevin De Bruyne, Sergio Aguero, Harry Kane and Eden Hazard as the main man for his team in the country.

He has contributed a whopping 16 goals which is more than the whole teams of Southampton and Crystal Palace have scored combined this season.

The play of Akinfenwa this season has left Gareth Ainsworth purring over his form.

Ainsworth said: “It is a fantastic record for him to have.

“Believe me he hasn’t been 100 percent fit in recent weeks and he has been one of the ones who has been carrying a bit of illness.

“He does have a hectic schedule, more so than most League Two footballers and a lot of them get more rest in the week where as Bayo seems to be in demand.

“It is about balancing him out and making sure he is ok for the games.

“He is a well-known player and a well-liked player and deserves to be up there in the stats with the way he is playing at the moment.

“We couldn’t do without him and I am sure he will be fine for Saturday.”

This week has seen Wycombe produce a bit of mixed bag, including a 1-0 defeat away at Accrington Stanley on Tuesday.

The away form, normally so strong for Wanderers, has been wobbling a bit in recent weeks with three narrow defeats in a row but Ainsworth is far from concerned.

He added: “We have played Swindon and Accrington who are right up there. Morecambe was the disappointing where we didn’t turn up for a half but the stats stack up against them and we created more than enough chances to win that game so not concerned at all.

“Because of the great run we have been on away from home it is probably back to sort of the normal away form that you might expect.

“Our away form was almost quite freaky to be honest.

“We went a whole year without losing away from home on a Saturday which is fantastic and we were turning what should happen on its head.

“As long as we keep winning at home and playing how we are at Adams Park I think the away form will come back and we will be fine.

“It is good that the league is tightening up and it is a good that there is a gap between top and bottom emerging and we just want to keep in that top seven.”