Wycombe Wanderers manager Matt Bloomfield has revealed he is ‘learning about his players’ following their 1-0 defeat against struggling Morecambe on Saturday.

The defeat, which was the Chairboys’ third in six games, has left their play-off push in limbo as they sit in eighth place, five points off the top six with four matches left.

Up next for the Adams Park outfit is another trip on the road against a side that sit in the League One drop zone in Cambridge United.

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And despite their position in the table, the Amber Army have won three of their last four matches, picking up 10 points from 12 available.

This includes a 2-0 Derby Day victory over promotion-pushing Peterborough United on April 15.

Speaking to the Free Press after the match at the Mazuma, Bloomfield said: “I have learned a lot.

“Every game has scenarios that you learn from.

“We learn about the players, and we want to get better both collectively and individually.

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“Every day, you need to have your eyes open to that because we’re learning about the players, and ourselves, and need to keep moving forward.

“Tuesday is an opportunity to fix things and we have to fix things.

“We have to carry on with the performance levels, that’s what we have to do.

“We have to keep creating opportunities which is what we’re doing, and I’ll say it again, we had 20 shots away from home.

“But we want to win games, of course we do, so we need to keep performing the way that we are and we’ll get to where we want to be.” 

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Three of Wycombe's final four fixtures of the season will be against sides that are in the bottom half of League One, but, Wanderers have in fact dropped 27 points to teams that are currently sitting below 12th in the table.

12th: Lincoln City – (0-0 draw in December)

13th: Exeter City – (3-1 loss in August and a 1-1 draw in March)

14th: Fleetwood Town – (1-1 draw in September)

16th: Burton Albion – (2-1 loss in March)

17th: Cheltenham Town – (1-0 loss in November)

18th: Port Vale – (2-2 draw in November)

19th: Milton Keynes – (2-2 draw in April)

21st: Cambridge United – (3-2 loss in October)

22nd: Morecambe – (1-1 draw in October and a 1-0 loss in April)