Gareth Ainsworth labelled his side’s 3-2 defeat at Rochdale as his ‘second biggest learning curve’ as Chairboys manager.
Ainsworth, who recently celebrated a year in charge at the club, cut no straws in his evaluation of the game.
"I said in the press earlier this week that the biggest learning curve I’ve had at the club is being bottom of the league, but going to Rochdale and conceding three goals in 16 minutes is the second biggest learning curve I’ve had,” Ainsworth told Chairboys Player.
"I never want to see another 16 minutes like that again as long as I am in charge here. We didn’t deserve anything after that spell, we were well and truly beaten."
oals from Matt McClure and Jo Kuffour
gave Wanderers hope of a sensational fightback, but the Blues fell narrowly short as they tasted defeat for the first time in seven games.
He said: "We showed great spirit to come back into the game at 3-2, but we’re going to have to seriously take stock of what we did there. We go again Saturday, but that hurt me that one we seemed very wide open.
"If this happens once its ok, we’ll have a look at it and see how we can rectify it. If it keeps happening it becomes a problem, so I’ve got make sure this doesn’t happen again.
"As long as we get back on it next week against Burton that’ll be the most important thing."
By Sean Gallagher