Gareth Ainsworth says Wanderers will go to Plymouth Argyle on Saturday full of confidence, despite their Boxing Day defeat at high-flying Cheltenham Town.
A depleted Wycombe side went into that game on the back of five-match unbeaten run in the league and Ainsworth insists that the positives his squad have taken from their fine recent form will stand them in good stead for the long trip down to Devon.
“Nobody will be down, there’s passion in that dressing room and we believe that we can win every game,” Ainsworth told Chairboys Player.
“Instead of three months ago and people just accepting and saying ‘we’ve lost another one’, there are people being passionate and throwing things around and throwing their boots down. I think that’s really good to see and it means that they all really want to win.”
He added: “The Christmas period is crazy and we did well to give ourselves some breathing space before Christmas. The points that we got before were really important and they’re looking big results. I’m always positive no matter what happens and we’ll go again at Plymouth.
“I’m quite pleased with the last two or three months, the first six weeks were a bit of a slow start and since October, November time we seem to have found the momentum.
“Apart from Cheltenham I think we’ve only lost once or twice in the last seven or eight games and that’s good form to have. It’s a crazy, crazy game and I heard people talking about the dreaded play-offs two days ago and then after being beaten 4-0 at Cheltenham people say you’re in a relegation battle.”
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