Gareth Ainsworth says he and his players are looking forward to the challenge fourth placed Notts County will provide on Good Friday.
Fourth hosts third in a battle for promotion at Meadow Lane, and the Chairboys go into the fixture four points clear of their opponents who will be desperate to close that gap with the run-in picking up pace.
Ainsworth, who has seen his side win their last three on the road, is hoping his team can show the same qualities that have proved successful away from home this season before welcoming Grimsby Town to Adams Park on Easter Monday.
Previewing the clash, he said: “The point against Port Vale has given us a four point gap going into this one which ensures we go into Easter Monday in third place no matter what happens on Good Friday so that is a point gained.
“That cushion probably eases the pressure slightly on my boys knowing that because they can retain third place, they can go and play with that freedom, passion and belief we have been showing all season.
“We go to there with a strong squad and we’re looking forward to what is going to be a good game on Friday.
“Notts have put a lot of money into getting promoted this season but we’re hoping we can go up there and cause an upset.
“We’ll be going up on Thursday night to prepare right and I’m sure there will be a big following of Chairboys fans up there with us for the game so let’s give it a go.”