Skipper Paul Hayes is eager to get back to winning ways at Adams Park as the Wanderers host Bristol Rovers tomorrow (3pm k.o.).
The Blues lost 1-0 at league leaders Northampton Town last week, a defeat that Hayes is looking to put behind him.
He said: "We have had a good week. Training had been good, training has been hard. But also its been enjoyable. We were disappointed with the result against Northampton, but we gave it our best to try and get a result, and now we are looking forward to tomorrow's game."
Northampton boss Chris Wilder was full of praise for the way Wycombe played in the match at Sixfields, and said it was the toughest game of their club record breaking winning run, something that Hayes believes is a testament to the Chairboys' performance.
He said: "I think it's a massive compliment from a side that is realistically going to win the league, they're flying at the moment and are financially a lot better than most teams.
"To go there and give them the toughest game out of the last 10 is a massive compliment to ourselves. We take that on board but knowing that unfortunately we lost the game."
Bristol Rovers will be a different proposition this time out, and Hayes is keen to get back to winning ways, and also build on the victory over Exeter City in the last game at Adams Park.
He said: "We had a great result last time against Exeter and we played really well and got a great result. We will go into this game really positive, looking forward to it and hopefully we can do the job."
Watch the full interview with Paul in Chairboys PlayerHD.