Garry Thompson is focusing solely on what Wycombe need to do for the rest of the season ahead of the visit of Barnet to Adams Park tomorrow.The Chairboys played out a 1-1 draw at York City last week thanks to Matt Bloomfield's late heroics, and it was a result which could prove crucial come the end of the season.
Garry said: "Everyone was disappointed after the game on Saturday at York but we showed a never say die attitude, and that was epitomised none more so than by Blooms getting his head on the ball and getting the injury he got for the cause.
"It is a great point and hopefully we can go unbeaten now until the end of the season and get that play off place.
"It is all about picking points up at this stage of the season, it keeps us in there and we know Wimbledon have got a game in hand.
"But it's about what we do. We have five tough games, starting at home against Barnet. We can look no further than that and just make sure we control what we do and hopefully that will be enough come the end of the season.
"The support this season has been absolutely fantastic, it's been superb. If they can emulate that again on Saturday it's down to us as players to get them on their feet and hopefully we can do that."
Garry, who scored a brace in a 2-0 win in the reverse fixture at Barnet earlier in the season, knows that the Bees will be raring to go come 3pm on Saturday, despite the fact they are safely positioned in mid table.
He said: "They aren't on the sunloungers - players are playing for contracts and right up until the last game and you've got to look at it as potential interviews for new clubs.
"They've got to come and play well and on Saturday they got a good 3-0 result so they'll come and want to put in a good performance. They will want to finish the season strongly and build some momentum into the off season.
"We know we are more than a match for anybody, especially at home so we need to make sure we start the game in the right frame of mind."
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