Wycombe Wanderers striker Adebayo Akinfenwa is in the form of his career at the moment.

The 35-year-old notched his 14th goal of the season at the weekend, to leave him just four goals away from equalling his career best for a season with five months of the season still remaining.

With five months to go, ‘The Beast’ is in line to break that record as well as potentially hit  200 goals in his illustrious career,

However, the humble frontman admitted he would forego those incredible records to get promotion this campaign with Wanderers.

He said: “Goals are there but points and wins are more important. It would be nice to reach the milestone of more than 20 goals and 200 career goals but I would take promotion over any personal glory.

“Fourteen goals is a good return so far. I can’t take the plaudits for myself and the players around me help me do what I can do.

“I joke that Blooms [Matt Bloomfield] does my running for me but you have the likes of Nathan Tyson, Paris Cowan-Hall and Craig Mackail-Smith who allow me to do what I do best.

“It is a team effort and I do salute the boys for helping me score my goals. I feel good and I feel strong and I am playing a lot of minutes.

Akinfenwa added: “It is always about progression so I hope to beat last year’s tally and aim to get over 20 goals and I am on course to beat that.”

After the Crewe game, Wanderers have a 10-day break before a tough trip to Luton and Akinfenwa commented: “It is beneficial to get a break with how many games we have had, especially with the injuries as well and get some players back.”