Wanderers lead the way in League One in terms of squad retention following the conclusion of the summer transfer window.
The Whites made nine signings over the summer, including the likes of Josh Sheehan, Dapo Afolayan, George Johnston and Elias Kachunga.
According to data published by football analyst Ben Mayhew, Wanderers have retained a higher percentage of last season’s squad than any other side in the third tier.
The Whites have retained 79.7% of their squad from last term, which is significantly higher than second-placed Rotherham United (67.2%).
At the other end of the list, Ipswich Town retained just 30.6% of last season’s squad after bringing in 19 fresh faces this summer.
Doncaster Rovers (32.8%) and Morecambe (37.7%) were also among the lowest figures in League One.
The overall average for squad retention in the third tier is 62.6%, with over 300 signings taking place in total.
Preston North End, Peterborough United, Hull City, Millwall and Sutton United were the only sides in the Football League with higher figures than Wanderers.
Ian Evatt’s men are back in League One action on Monday, September 6 when they welcome Burton Albion to the UniBol (KO 8pm).
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