GARETH Ainsworth has no injury worries as he bids to finish off a fairytale season for his side by beating Oxford United at Wembley.

Wycombe Wanderers began the season as third favourites to get relegated from Sky Bet League One.

Instead, they got away to a fast start and were seven points clear in December before losing 1-0 at the Kassam Stadium.

It kicked off a dodgy festive period where they were caught, but they rallied to stay in the pack.

On the final weekend before the season was suspended they were due to play Bury, so the blank Saturday saw them drop out of the top six for the first time this season.

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Their game in hand against Coventry City proved crucial though, leapfrogging five teams to finish third under the points per game formula.

Wycombe have never played in the second tier, but after beating Fleetwood Town 6-3 on aggregate in the play-off semi-finals they are full of belief.

Ainsworth told the Bucks Free Press: “I’ve got a fully-fit squad, which is brilliant.

“It’s crazy because during the season, you never seem to have the fully fit squad.

“And my sport scientist said ‘you wait, if we get to Wembley nobody will be injured that week’ and he’s been proven correct.

“Everyone’s flying around in training, because they know that this is a wonderful opportunity.

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“But in my head I’ve got my plans.

“It’s just a matter of getting some final messages into the boys in this week and making sure they’re ready for what will be a tough challenge.”

Ainsworth suffered play-off final defeat to Wycombe as a Preston North End player in 1994, while he felt the agony of a shoot-out loss to Southend United as the Chairboys boss five years ago.

The longest-serving manager in English football’s top four divisions was quick to seize on the underdog tag as he attempts to make it third time lucky.

“They’re a bigger club than us, their history goes back in the league a lot longer than us,” he said.

“We were a non-league club with a proud history in that.

“You look at any bookmakers and any pundits and everyone, again, is writing is off, which is which is fine with us.

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“It gives us strength more than anything.”

With no crowd at Wembley, being able to hear what goes on in the technical areas will be fascinating, but Ainsworth is full of respect for the job Karl Robinson has done at United.

He said: “I think he’s got to look back on this season and think ‘what a fantastic achievement’.

“Karl’s a good guy, he’s managed quite a few clubs and he’s had success with quite a few clubs as well, so it’s no shock to me that they are there.

“The competitiveness of our league this season was phenomenal, it really was.

“And so anyone who finished in those top six positions has done really well to get there.

“He’s a good guy and I look forward to seeing him on Monday.”