Leon Knight is hoping to finally settle down at Wycombe after turning out for nine clubs in the past eight years.
The striker came through the youth ranks at Chelsea and had loan spells at Queens Park Rangers, Huddersfield, Sheffield Wednesday and Brighton before securing a permanent switch to the Seagulls in 2003.
Two-and-a-half years on the South Coast were then followed by a switch to Swansea, a loan spell at Barnsley, a move to MK Dons and finally an arrival at Adams Park during the January transfer window.
His tendency not to remain with any one club for a sustained period of time has seen him build up a reputation as something of a troublemaker, but the striker insists that he is being misrepresented.
"I've this tag of being a troublemaker and it's not the case," Knight told The Sun.
"I might have played for nine clubs but four were only on loan so I don't count those.
"Maybe I have crossed swords with a couple of managers in the past, yet it's only because I care enough about the game to say what I think.
"I'd love to bed down at Wycombe and help us win promotion. But who knows what the future will hold?"