Wycombe Wanderers manager Matt Bloomfield has revealed that his side will ‘not get too down’ after he lost his first match in charge of the club.

The Chairboys fell to a 2-0 away defeat at Shrewsbury Town on February 25, which ended the club’s five-game winning run.

The result leaves the Adams Park side in seventh place on 53 points, four points off the play-offs places.

Speaking to the press at the New Meadow, Bloomfield said: “They [Shrewsbury] didn’t create too much as we did restrict them and we are bitterly disappointed.

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“There were small margins that decided the game today and I thought there were moments where we did really well.

“But at the same time, there were moments where we didn’t make it count.

“Winning runs can’t last forever and of course, the run ended in my first game in charge which is hugely disappointing.

“However, we are not going to get too down on ourselves as we have got plenty of points to get between now and the end of the season.”

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The result means Shrewsbury have completed the league double over Wycombe for the first time in their history.

This comes after the Shrews defeated the Chairboys 2-1 at Adams Park back in August.

They are now unbeaten in three matches against Wanderers.