Wycombe Wanderers boss Gareth Ainsworth refused to get carried away after a 3-0 win over Burton Albion started their League One campaign in style.

Goals from David Wheeler, Anis Mehmeti, and a Josh Scowen half-volley from 25-yards inside 30 minutes have sent the Chairboys to the top of the League One table.

And even though it was a brilliant day all round for the club, as it was the highest opening home fixture since 2009, and finically the busiest day Wanderers’ club shop has ever had, Ainsworth remained level headed.

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He said: “It’s a good start, but that’s all it is.”

“There’s no getting carried away.

"We know what it takes to achieve in this league and we’re going to have to be on it week in, week out and hopefully we can get the results.

"One game doesn’t make a season, but it’s a nice start.

“I think it’s a nice barometer – yes we’re fit, yes we understand the tactics. But we’re going to have to do that when we come up against some big, big sides in this league.

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“I’ve got the depth that I’ve wanted, but it’s now about keeping everyone fit and in the zone.

"Training this week has been really good, the boys have been really on it.

“I just wish the boys had kicked on in the second half and added a few more, but we’ll save them for next week.”

Up next is a trip up to Bolton on August 6.