GARETH Ainsworth says the losing feeling Wanderers' players felt after two defeats in a row can work to Blues' advantage.

Wycombe stormed all the way from the foot of the table into the top half after a run of nine wins out of 13, before successive losses to Bradford City and Bristol Rovers brought that to a halt.

But Ainsworth said: "At least now they have got that feeling again - they don't like it. The place wasn't great after the Bradford game. The Bristol game was a different story, people were still positive."

The Blues boss felt his men did enough to warrant a draw from their trip west on Saturday as they improved on their last home game against Bradford.

He said: "We did well at Bristol and had a great shout for a penalty which probably would have made it a draw, which would have been a fair result.

"The performance was there. The Bradford game was the only one where I've had to take a look at things.

"I've gone back and readdressed a few things we did in the early days. There were one or two things on the pitch I wanted to put right, or maybe we just got a tiny bit complacent with a few things."