Gareth Ainsworth has hinted that he could make changes for Saturday’s visit of Chesterfield (k.o 3pm).
Wanderers lost at home to Exeter City on New Year’s Day and Ainsworth says he may look to freshen his side up.
When asked if he was considering making changes to the starting line-up, Ainsworth said: “Possibly. Dave Winfield is chomping at the bit and obviously Charles Dunne has been fantastic for us this season.
“We’ve got Michael Harriman on loan who has added something to us and I think Josh Scowen is not too far away. There could be changes, but there might not be. What I see in training will help determine a lot as will what we see coming up against us from Chesterfield.”
Ainsworth added: “I’m pleased with the boys. The way they’ve applied themselves and some of them were dead on their feet out there (against Exeter).
“We’ve come to the end of this Christmas period and that’s important, we’re back to normality now. I think we’ve done OK. We had a good December and did OK over the Christmas period so it could have been a lot worse.”
The Spireites go into the game on the back of a 1-0 defeat to Accrington Stanley, but Paul Cook’s side are only four points adrift of the play-offs.
Ainsworth said: “We know we’ll be in for a tough game and they’ve been playing some good stuff. They’ve been winning and losing as well and it will be a big test for us.
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“I believe we can beat anyone in this league and I’ve been proved right saying we won’t win every game, but we’ll give our all to do that. I think the fans know that and they’ve been fantastic. They were great on Tuesday and very understanding so thanks for that and we’ll go again Saturday.”