Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth has admitted that the ‘quality going forward could have been better’ in their 0-0 draw away at Lincoln City.

The Chairboys only mustered up five shots during the contest with one of their attempts being on target.

The Imps managed to create 11 goalscoring chances but only forced one save from Max Stryjek in the Wanderers goal.

Overall, Garath McCleary, Anis Mehmeti, and Brandon Hanlan were all kept at bay by a stubborn Lincoln defence, with their boss Mark Kennedy opting for a back five versus Wycombe.

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Speaking on his attacking players, Ainsworth said: “I said to the forwards that at times, they will be like seagulls feeding scraps.

“Lincoln stopped some of our key attacking players in Garath McCleary and Anis Mehmeti, but we have also stopped their players too and that is a testament to Lincoln and the work they have done on us.

“The quality going forward could have been better so when we get those openings, we have got to make them count.

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“But we’re buoyed by that point today as defensively, we are solid and we’ll take that positivity into next week’s game against Ipswich.”

Wycombe are unbeaten in their last eight games against Lincoln, but have not won at Sincil Bank since January 2011.