WYCOMBE boss Gary Waddock expects to bring some new players to Adams Park within 24 hours after their transfer embargo was lifted.

The club accounts were filed today, following the Wycombe Wanderers Trust takeover, allowing the Football League to lift the embargo.

And Waddock believes a summer of frustration for fans will be worth it when they see who he brings in through the door.

“Just watch this space because I think everybody will be pleasantly surprised by the quality we will be able to bring into the club,” he said.

“I would say within the next 24 hours of so there should be some players coming in.

“It has been a busy summer doing all the prep work until it was lifted. We have been spinning as many plates as we can. If they had got offers at other clubs that trust side comes into it and we have been fortunate that the players we have spoken to have been patient. We just need to get them across the line.”

The takeover announcement, days before the players return for pre-season training, is a welcome boost for Waddock.

And the Blues boss said he has been encouraged by talks with the new owners.

He said: “The timing is perfect because the players come in tomorrow and all their focus will be on the football side.

“They (the Trust) want to do everything right for the club and I have had many conversations with them about what can be done going forward and I am encouraged.

“There is a positive feel around the place and we have to make sure we get the right results to keep that going for as long as we possibly can.”

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