Gareth Ainsworth says Wanderers’ fight to stay in the Football League is not over yet, despite dropping into the relegation zone after Saturday’s 2-1 defeat to Bristol Rovers.
Blues travel to Torquay for the final game of the season this weekend, knowing that their fate is no longer in their own hands after the setback at Adams Park.
Speaking after Saturday’s game, Ainsworth said: “It’s going to be really tough they’re on the floor in there - the lads are really down.
“It’s the first time it’s been out of our hands and we’ve always been in control of the situation. We’re going to rue those missed chances, but hopefully we can get someone to do us a favour next week.
“There’s a team just up the road that can do us a favour which would help, and we’ve got to do our job at Torquay so we’re concentrating totally on that.
“We can still go to Torquay and beat them and hopefully somebody does us a favour. The worst possible thing would be us going there not winning and then somebody doing do us a favour.
“We need to raise them for one more game and it’s going to be tough because the lads are on the floor. They are really upset and me too, but we’ve got one more game - this isn’t over yet and I’ll be positive going into the Torquay game.”
The club are subsidising coach travel to Torquay with seats on the coach costing just £10. Contact Rena Perrin on 07702 348678 by 12pm on Tuesday to book your place.
Tickets for the game are still available and can be bought in person from the Information Centre at Adams Park, or by calling 01494 441118.