Wycombe Wanderers manager Gareth Ainsworth has provided an injury update on Jack Grimmer.

The 29-year-old right-back suffered a head injury in the Chairboys’ 1-0 victory over Bolton Wanderers on February 18, and was replaced by Jordan Willis after just 33 minutes.

This led to first-half stoppage time adding up to nine minutes, which is when Lewis Wing scored the only goal of the match to secure Wycombe’s fifth league win in a row.

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It’s also the first time that Wanderers have secured five consecutive victories in the third tier of English football.

Speaking on Grimmer, Ainsworth said: “Jack is fine.

“He got a concussion so that will rule him out for a week and we will rally around him.

“I have got a fantastic medical team around me that I trusted implicitly.

"Hopefully he will recover quickly.”

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Despite the win, Wycombe remain just outside the play-off places and face promotion-pushing Shrewsbury Town in a week’s time.

Ainsworth added: “We’re doing OK at the moment but one game doesn’t make a season.

“We don’t want to get too carried away as we have Shrewsbury next week.

“We aim to be in the hunt for a place in the top six as much as we can.”