Wycombe’s assistant manager, Richard Dobson, was praised by Gareth Ainsworth after his research helped the Chairboys defeat Bolton Wanderers 1-0 at Adams Park.

Lewis Wing’s eighth goal of the season, which was his sixth strike in his last eight matches, sealed the club its sixth victory in seven league fixtures since the start of 2023.

The goal was scored via a short corner routine, as the former Middlesborough man curled home a terrific shot from a Garath McCleary layoff right on the stroke of half-time.

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It’s the second weekend in a row that Wing has scored via a well-worked corner.

Ainsworth said: “For the goal, I have got to give credit to Dobbo as he does attacks and set pieces, and that’s two in two home games in two weeks which is down to him.

“We had one against Derby last weekend and now against Bolton.

"It’s great because he studies them hard to try and find any weaknesses the opposition may have, and he is very creative in how we can go forward.”

On the overall performance, Ainsworth added: “I can’t thank the boys enough as the start of the game was thick and fast.

“They produced a solid display, they looked really secure and the energy was unbelievable after having three games in a week.

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“I thought I might have needed to make a few more changes but we didn’t and it was great.

“I’m proud of all the boys and all the fans, which includes the Bolton ones too.

“I’m from the North West so I know about how much noise they make as they are a vocal bunch, and Bolton are a good side.”