It could be one of those famous FA Cup runs once again for the Wanderers.

I was extremely impressed with the way the players went about their business for what could have been a real banana skin for Wanderers at Solihull Moors.

A team rooted to the bottom of the National League, in real turmoil on and off the pitch, only to be galvanised by the visit of a League Two team on their own turf.

Fortunately, the Blues made it look very comfortable and their experienced players really came to the fore with the likes of Sam Saunders and Craig Mackail-Smith particularly impressive.

To make it to the second round for the fifth year in succession speaks volumes for how Gareth Ainsworth regards this competition. He clearly holds it in this highest regard and his team selection for the match on Sunday couldn’t have been much stronger.

Apart from a spell in the second half where Solihull were thwarted by Scott Brown, they were very professional and Gareth was pleased afterwards to get through.

The draw on Monday evening was kind as well, with Wanderers being drawn at home to another non-league side, as they face either Leatherhead or Billericay Town at Adams Park in early December.

Although Wycombe will have to play with the same professionalism as they did in Solihull, there is no doubt that Gareth will have been pleased with the draw as they look to make it to the third round once again and get a dream draw.

Back to league action this weekend and Wycombe face a trip to struggling Morecambe after a couple of weeks away from the league picture.

Their last league game saw defeat at Swindon and Gareth will want his team to get back on track as soon as possible in a bid to go on another long unbeaten run on the road.

I will be making the long trip to Morecambe hoping that the boys can bring home the points. I think the win and the clean sheet at Solihull will stand the team in good stead for this trip and I am going for a 1-0 win against Jim Bentley's side.