Huddersfield striker Jordan Rhodes scored five goals as the Terriers thrashed Wycombe.
Oscar Gobern headed Gary Roberts' corner home for the opener.
Rhodes then volleyed home Jack Hunt's cross before holding off Grant Basey to slide the ball under Nikki Bull.
Rhodes completed his hat-trick when Bull deflected his initial shot back at him, tapped in a fourth and nipped in front of his marker to convert Danny Ward's cross for the fifth.
The Scotland international's haul, which includes a fifth hat-trick of the season, takes his tally to 27 goals this season.
And the 21-year-old produced his stunning performance in front of a host of Premier League scouts at Adams Park.
The result keeps Huddersfield in contention for promotion from League One and heaps more pressure on struggling Wycombe at bottom of the table.