Wycombe Wanderers manager Matt Bloomfield has stated that recent performances show that his squad are a ‘good team’.

The Chairboys are winless in three but have played three of the top five, with two of those fixtures away from home.

In that time, the Adams Park side have picked up two points but have put in admirable displays against Peterborough United (2-2 draw), Bolton Wanderers (4-2 loss), and Oxford United (2-2 draw), respectively.

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Bloomfield said: “Even though it’s three games without a win, we have been very close to winning all three.

“I think we’ve played a lot better in the second half than in the first.

“I need to see why that is, but we need to remember that we’ve been away at two teams who have started the season strongly and, I expect, to be in the promotion places.

“The way we have performed in those three games shows we are a good team and I can only speak of how proud I am of this team.

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“From the way we played to the supporters, to how we got back into the game, from the performance as we took the game to Oxford.

“We have to pick ourselves up and get ready for Cambridge.

“Mark [Bonner] has done a really good job there – he has recruited really well over the summer, so we’re up against another tough opponent.”