Stuart Lewis says previous away successes spurred the Blues to victory at Morecambe on Easter Monday.
The 1-0 win was the Wanderers’ eight league triumph on the road this season and moved Gareth Ainsworth’s men onto 52 points.
“It was a great win for us," said Lewis. "It took us over the target we set when Gaz took over. It was a great all-round day. It was good to put Friday to bed, get the win and move above 50 points.
“The back four were excellent, Jo and Josh worked well together – everyone put in a real good shift.”
He added: “I said before the game when we have our few words, ‘let’s produce a Torquay, a Rotherham, a Gillingham’.
“We’ve been really good away from home this year and that’s something we want to continue doing in the final few games of this season and next. Away from home we are a real threat.”
Unlike Rochdale last month, Lewis was pleased to see his goal clinch the points this time around.
He said: “There was a bit of a scramble, the ball dropped down and I just smashed it home! It was good to arrive late and grab the winner. It felt even better because we got the three points.
“I’ve said before that if you can add three, four or even five goals it compliments your game. Hopefully I can get a couple more but I might be pushing my luck a bit!
The goal also moves the 25-year-old above fellow midfielder Josh Scowen in the scoring charts.
He joked: “He might have to buy me a beer at the end of the season!”
Wycombe are again on the road this weekend when they take on M40 rivals Oxford United - call 01494 441118 to book.