Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth was satisfied with his side's point at home to high-flying Plymouth Argyle at Adams Park last night.

Myles Weston gave the home side the lead on 18 minutes when he stroked home a crisp finish after an excellent cross by Michael Harriman.

However, Plymouth equalised with 16 minutes remaining when substitute Nathan Blissett scored with a looping header.

Ainsworth was pleased with his side's display, especially in the first half when they had a few chances to extend their advantage.

He said: "In the first half we played really well. I thought we sustained attacks and the whole game we had the better chances.

"Jamal made one save where he tipped it over the bar and then they score the header that loops in and there are details of that goal that I need to iron out.

"We have to defend that goal better and we have a way of doing that better but we didn't do that tonight.

"It was disappointing but on the plus side Dominic Gape had a great chance to win the game and Will had a chance when he first came on.

"Their keeper was busier than ours but I am pleased. I know we are at home and our fans want us to win but it's Plymouth Argyle.

"They have been at the top of the league for three years now and it is about time they got out of this league.

"Myles was excellent and Bayo was outstanding again and we now have some winnable games.

"It is sure to be an exciting end to the season."

Plymouth playmaker Graham Carey was kept quiet by a combination of Gape and Marcus Bean and Ainsworth admitted that this was a plan he had in mind before the match.

He added: "Carey is one of the best players in the league and Marcus is probably one of the best players in the league at not allowing people a free run.

"They shared that responsibility and I thought they both did very well and kept him quiet on the whole as he has been a real quality player this season."