Wycombe Wanderers manager has described his team as ‘sensational’ as the Chairboys booked a place in the League One play-off final.

Troy Parrott’s first-half header gave Milton Keynes a 1-0 win on the day, but, the side from north Buckinghamshire fell to a 2-1 defeat on aggregate following Thursday’s 2-0 win at Adams Park.

This means that Wycombe have now only won two league/play-off matches in nine attempts at Stadium: MK, but this stat means nothing as Wanderers have booked a place in another Wembley cup final.

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They will either face Sheffield Wednesday or Sunderland on May 21 in the League One showpiece.

Speaking after the match, Ainsworth said: “I’m so happy for the fans.

"They were split up with MK having their ‘sporting advantage’ of whatever they called it, and in reality, I think putting them up there made the acoustics better.

"Them being near the roof made them louder, they didn’t stop singing throughout the entire game, and I was so pleased to go over there and say ‘thank you’.

“Thank you for sticking with me all these years.

“We’re going back to Wembley for the third time and it’s incredible.

“The boys were sensational tonight.

“We came up with a plan to do what we did to them at our place, but we knew it was going to a different game.

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“They had to gamble and they really pinned us back so after they scored, we depressed and at half-time, we got it into the boys that we wanted to go deeper for them to deny all the space in our half, and the last time we did that was against Norwich in the Championship.

“And in that game, we nearly got something out of it.

“I told them that we could get something out of this game.

“We needed David Stockdale, we needed everyone to defend, we needed people to stop crosses and when it counted, they stood up.

“I’m so proud of them."