With this year moving to an end, Wycombe Wanderers can look back with more positives than negatives as some great memories were made on the pitch.

Back in January, Wycombe came so close to beating the mighty Spurs only to be cruelly denied in the last few minutes and missed out on the League Two play-offs by just a point despite beating Cambridge on the final day of the season.

However, manager Gareth Ainsworth focused on some of the runs the players have embarked on and is hoping for even better memories to be made in 2018.

He said: “Tottenham was an amazing game and the runs we have had but honestly turning the home form round has been excellent and the away streak has been brilliant as well.

“It is ever-changing this game and they say a week is a long time but believe me a year feels like an absolute lifetime and it goes thick and fast.

“The one thing I do know as a football manager is you live every game in the now. It is never aboutt what you did last game, it is never about what you are going to do in two games time. It is about now.

“It is about the next game and that is all you can ever think and focus on. You are always judged on now and I have to keep repeating the good results we are getting at the moment and try and pick up some points away.”

Once New Year’s Day hits, the January transfer window opens as Wycombe hope to kick on with their promotion challenge.

With the likes of Ebere Eze set to have his last game on loan against Forest Green on New Year’s Day, Ainsworth is clinging on to the hope that Eze will come back to Adams Park later in January.

He added: “We would love to be able to keep Ebs.

“At the end of January, I would love to see him back in a Wycombe shirt or see him playing first-team football for QPR.

“For selfish reasons, I want him back in this team but to see him playing in the blue and white hoops would be great as he is special.”