Gareth Ainsworth has called on his side to start picking up the results their home performances deserve, starting with tomorrow’s visit of Burton Albion (k.o 3pm).
Wanderers created the better chances last time they were in home action, but ultimately slipped to an injury-time defeat to Rochdale. However, the Chairboys were clinical in front of goal on Tuesday as they secured a well-deserved 3-2 victory at Rotherham United.
“To back it (the victory at Rotherham) up is important,” Ainsworth told Chairboys Player. “We take the win and all the plaudits from that and Tuesday was fantastic.
“The lads had a good journey home and were tired, everyone was asleep by the time we got home and that just shows the effort they put in.
“The performances have been there (at home), it’s just the results now. We have three games in the league and the distraction of Yeovil in-between that and we’ll be looking to build on these games.
“You want to pick your points up at home. Away form is great and adds to things and sometimes adds to the kick on, but it’s the home form that you need to lay your hat on and hopefully we can get that going in the next three games.”
Ainsworth will be up against a former team-mate on the touchline, having played with Burton boss Gary Rowett at Cambridge United in the early 90s, and says he is expecting an entertaining contest in front of the home fans.
He said: “Gary Rowett is young, dynamic and wants to make a name for himself. They will be up for it as well and it will be a big test.
“If you’re enjoying the football then tell your friends and get them down. We’re playing attacking football, entertaining football and the goals will become part and parcel of Wycombe. One-nils get you points, but I love it when we get two or three and are going forward tearing teams apart.” Tickets for the Burton game start
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