Gaz too busy to sign new contract
GARETH Ainsworth is still in talks over a new contract - saying the fact he's been so busy is why he's yet to put pen to paper.
The Blues boss has held talks with the club's board over a new deal that will keep him at Adams Park after his current contract runs out at the end of the season.
Ainsworth said he wants to sign it, saying he's proud to be Wanderers' manager, but wants to wait until things are quieter first before he commits his future to the club.
He said: "I'm really happy and I want to stay here. The Trust and the fans have been great for me.
"There's no breakdown in any talks, it's more having the time to get things done. It's a busy job and we've had important issues come up and a lot of games coming up soon.
"If you're in this hotseat you'd know how little time you do have.
"I'm really happy here at Wycombe. I'm privileged and proud to have a manager's job and even more proud to have the Wycombe job because of my connection here as a player."
Much of the talk surrounding Wanderers recently has involved off-field matters, with the club last week being the subject of a High Court winding up petition over the late payment of tax.
And Ainsworth said: "The club's been through a lot and hopefully my situation's not as urgent as some other situation."
He added: "I'm in talks with the club for myself but I have got players out of contract as well in the summer.
"I want to keep hold of my squad for next year, which is important for me for next season."