Wycombe Wanderers manager Gareth Ainsworth has said that he was ‘disappointed’ with the club’s performance against Cheltenham Town on November 19.

An Alfie May goal midway through the opening period saw the Robins defeat the Chairboys 1-0, in what is only the third time Wanderers have lost away at Cheltenham.

And despite having several decent attempts on goal, the Adams Park team looked jaded, flat, and lethargic in possession.

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This carelessness led to Cheltenham getting the only goal of the contest.

The defeat means Wycombe will have to wait two weeks to try and put things right, when they take on Portsmouth at Adams Park on December 4.

Ainsworth told the press: “I wanted my team to sit on a win for two weeks, but we will have to see what we are going to do for the next game.

"Teams have built barriers against us, and it’s a case of how you break them down.

“We keep the ball well at the back and have a lot of possession but it’s about quality in the final third, and we need to break down teams better than what we did today.

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“I am disappointed with the quality we had in the final third as we were not precise enough.

“Our passing, our shots, and if we don’t do that you’re not going to win games.”

In the 19 league games Wanderers have played so far this season, Wycombe have won seven, drawn four, and lost eight.