THE last two transfer windows have seen a hectic revolving door at Adams Park.
Wanderers boss Gary Waddock has been one of the busiest managers in the Football League in the past 12 months in the market.
During the summer, fans saw a major squad overhaul as the ex-Aldershot chief worked tirelessly to put his own stamp on the squad.
But I get the feeling the impending January transfer window is set to be a lot quieter.
That is because Waddock has put a squad together that I don't think needs much tinkering too.
Nikki Bull between the sticks has been a revelation and the best signing Waddock has made so far and means there will be no need to scour the market for a Tom Heaton-type signing.
Leon Johnson's return to fitness and form means Wanderers have four strong centre-backs to choose from but left-back cover for Andy Sandell may be something to look at.
The loan signing of Stuart Lewis has bolstered Wycombe's central midfield options but the workload on Kevin Betsy, 32, and Gareth Ainsworth, 37, on the wings may become a concern as the season pans out.
Many fans would have been clambering for some extra striking options as Wanderers and Scott Rendell went through an early season goal drought.
But the £125,000 man has hit top form just at the right time and his partnership and understanding with Stuart Beavon has blossomed.
Lurking in the background is Jon-Paul Pittman.
Waddock rightly pointed out this week that the striker's return from a four-month lay-off will be a massive boost for the club.
He will be a frightening addition to the squad and I am sure will be a welcome return to the dressing room.
Wycombe have cash to spend after the sale of Matt Phillips to Blackpool in August.
But I am sure the club will be weary of throwing money at a squad that already looks more than capable of sustaining their promotion challenge.
It is more likely that Waddock will have to spend less on his phone bill and, with so many re-arranged fixtures pencilled in for January, will have enough on his plate ensuring Wycombe keep up the pressure on League Two's top three.