Reading manager Rubén Sellés believes his side were ‘the best team’ following their 2-1 away victory at Wycombe Wanderers.

The Royals defeated their Thames Valley rivals at Adams Park thanks to goals from Sam Smith and ex-Chairboy Lewis Wing, which cemented their first league win on the road since November 12, 2022.

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It was also their first point away from the Select Car Leasing Stadium since April, where they have lost their last eight matches away from home until their visit to Buckinghamshire on Saturday.

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He told the Reading Chronicle: “We deserved to do it before, but it didn’t come.

“We didn’t get any points in the league away from home, but we put in some performances that deserved it.

“Today [November 25] we were the best team on the pitch for 100 minutes and the team is growing.

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“We are happy and then start in preparation for the next game.”

Reading remain bottom whilst Wycombe drop to 13th.