Gareth Ainsworth insists he isn't daunted by the task of trying to lift the Wanderers off the foot of the Football League.
“I knew it was a big job and challenge when I took the job but I’m up for that,” declared Ainsworth.
“I will work as hard as I possibly can with these players to get things right. I’ve always said the table won’t lie at the end of the season.
“It’s worrying to be bottom of the table in April. It’s not good to be there in November but at least we’ve got three or four months to sort it out.”
Ainsworth takes his troops to Rotherham United on Tuesday night, aiming for a positive result after defeats to Rochdale and Northampton Town.
He said: “We need to start putting our chances away, but we’ll go again. We’ve got a big game on Tuesday so it’s about getting the lads and the spirits right ahead of Rotherham.
“With a game Tuesday, the team could rotate around a little bit and some fresh legs could come in.”
The 39-year-old added: “We’ll build, get a few results together and hopefully kick on from there. Keep coming, keep supporting us because we’ll give our all.”