Wycombe Wanderers striker Adebayo Akinfenwa is looking forward to facing his old club AFC Wimbledon on Tuesday evening.

Akinfenwa, 35, helped the Dons to promotion after scoring in the League Two play-off final last year.

He was a fans’ favourite in Neal Ardley’s side, and now welcomes his former team-mates to Adams Park for a pre-season friendly.

Akinfenwa told Wycombe’s club website: “I’ve kept in close contact with the Wimbledon lads – we were a very close bunch and became good friends off the pitch.

“I’ve spoken to Neal Ardley over the summer as well which was nice, and he’s assembled a strong team there so it’ll be a tough test for us.

“To score at Wembley was priceless and there was no better way for me to sign off as a Wimbledon player. It’s the biggest moment of my career, even better than scoring against Liverpool, and I’ll never forget it.

“I’m lucky that I always seem to strike up good relationships with the fans at my clubs and that was definitely the case at Wimbledon, so I hope they don’t boo me too much! It’ll be nice to see them again.”

Akinfenwa scored 23 goals in 94 appearances during a two-year spell with the Dons.