Wycombe striker Craig Mackail-Smith was delighted with the professionalism shown by his Blues team-mates as Wycombe averted danger with a FA Cup win against non-league opposition.

Mackail-Smith scored the second goal in the 2-0 victory over National League opponents Solihull Moors and was a constant thorn for the Moors defence.

The former Luton and Peterborough striker hailed the win and the performance and is looking forward to potentially another epic run in this competition with the Chairboys.

He said: "It was a professional performance and we tried to make sure there was no upset.

"We got an early goal and we put them on the back foot. We took our foot of the gas a little bit in the second half but we were in control and it was a good win.

"The league form goes out of the window in the FA Cup and we knew they would come at us but we did a fantastically professional job and we didn't concede many chances."

There was an element of luck about the first goal, which seemed to bounce in off Nick Freeman, aided by a ricochet off Mackail-Smith before slamming home a rebound for the second.

The 33-year-old added: "It was a big long ball and it went over Bayo's head and I gambled.

"We didn't know too much about it but we took it as it gave us the lead and made our jobs easier.

"It was great to score. I thought it was going to be in the back of the net earlier as it was a great header by Anthony Stewart and then with Bayo's heading prowess, I thought he was going to score.

"Fortunately, it fell to me and I stuck it away and it was nice to get a goal like that and hopefully that will kickstart my season to get a few more."