Wycombe Wanderers manager Gareth Ainsworth has admitted that some of his players ‘were not as good as last week’ as the Chairboys fell to a 1-0 away loss against Cheltenham Town.

Alfie May scored the game’s only goal in the first half to condemn the Adams Park team to their eighth league loss of the campaign.

During the contest in the West Country, Wanderers rarely threatened Luke Southwood in the Robins goal, with the performance being the polar opposite of Wycombe’s brilliant display at Forest Green Rovers just seven days previously.

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Speaking to the press at Whaddon Road, Ainsworth said: “At Forest Green Rovers we played some brilliant stuff around the box, but today, [November 19], there was a lack of quality in the final third.

“Last week, we played some fantastic stuff in and around the box and were superb but today, it wasn’t the case and I need to make sure that we work hard to put things right against Portsmouth.

“Some players were not as good as last week but we have got two weeks to try and fix things as our next game is at home live on TV, so what an occasion that will be.

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“But we need to remember that this is a team [Cheltenham] that got a point away at Ipswich last week so they are a good side.

“Once their goal goes in, they have got something to sit back and hold on to, so that makes things very hard, but, we should have performed a lot better than what we did.

“I’m just disappointed as we didn’t really work their goalkeeper as much.

"We gave the ball away, our corners were over hit and we didn’t really trouble Cheltenham.”

The result is only the third time that Wanderers have lost away at Cheltenham in their history.