May 4 2012 By Greg Burns
GARY Waddock admits he is is not sure what budget he will have to rebuild his Wycombe squad next season.
Relegation to League Two was confirmed last weekend with the Blues boss ready to mastermind another immediate return.
But those hopes will rely on some stability behind the scenes.
A transfer embargo, imposed after the club failed to file its accounts, and uncertainty over the future of Adams Park tenants London Wasps has financially left the club up in the air.
Waddock, who historically likes to get his business done early, has a list of players to target this summer and hopes the embargo will be lifted as soon as possible before the transfer window opens on July 1.
“It is a concern to the club and yes it is a concern to me,” he said. “That will be lifted, I am sure, and when it is we will do some business.”
“We always have targets but we also have to see what we have available in terms of budget to see which way we are going to go. Over the next few weeks we will know.”
The Blues boss also confirmed he will sit down with his out-of-contract players 'early next week' to tell them if they have a future at the club.
Gareth Ainsworth, Matt Bloomfield, James Tunnicliffe, Anthony McNamee, Ben Strevens, John Halls, Josh Scowen, Jesse Kewley-Graham and Anthony Stewart all see their deals at Adams Park run out next month.