Chairboys keeper Scott Brown said the team were aiming to bounce back as quickly as possible after surrendering their long unbeaten away record against Swindon Town.

The Blues equalled the record of 13 against Carlisle the previous game but fell short in windy Wiltshire on Saturday.

That was also their first defeat in seven games and Brown said he and his team-mates were aiming to go on another great run.

He said: "It was disappointing. We knew the conditions were going to be difficult with 60mph winds forecast.

"We just wanted to get to half-time and then hope that the wind aided us. In the first half it was hard to get out of our half and then we picked it up second half but it just wasn't to be.

Brown came as close as anyone to equalising as his wind-assisted free kick caused havoc for the Swindon defence with Robins keeper Reice Charles-Cook forced to tip over.

He added: "The lads said it was quite close and we just wanted to put them under as much pressure as possible with balls into the box but they held firm.

"Like I say we are disappointed to not get something from the game but credit to them they defended well.

"We want to win every game and now the record has gone we will look to bounce back but it gives us another chance to go on another good run and hopefully we can start that against Cheltenham on Saturday."