Wycombe Wanderers boss Matt Bloomfield was pleased with his side’s 0-0 draw against Derby County on Wednesday but hinted that squad selection will change considerably between now and the end of the season.

The Chairboys put in a valiant display versus the promotion-pushing Rams where they made a handful of changes to the side that lost to Peterborough United in the EFL Trophy final three days before.

And with five games left until the season is up, including four consecutive away days, one being at Carlisle United, rotations are expected to occur.

On the performance, he said: “We were a bit shaky for the first 15 minutes or so but we woke up and played very well for the next 75 minutes.

“We played against a team, and rightly so, are playing for a place in the Championship, and they’ve got loads of experience but I thought we were excellent as we got a clean sheet and on another night, we could have won it.

“I have no regrets from the weekend as I was very proud, and I want us to finish strongly.

“I believe we could be higher than where we are and tonight we’ve gone toe-to-toe with one of the best teams in the league.

“It would be wrong of me to pick out individuals but I’ve got a few in my mind who were excellent.

“So going toe-to-toe with a very good side is something I’m very proud of and there are a lot of positives to take.”

On changes within the next few weeks, he continued: “We were debating about the number of changes we were going to make after the final on Sunday, and we’ve got a quick turnaround as we’ve got another game on Saturday.

“So there could be changes in the next few games.

“I’m also pleased with the resilience after Sunday.

“It’s an opportunity to look at the squad as we’re building for next season as we’re going to be looking at a lot of things.

“It would be naïve to think that the boys could play six to seven games in a row, so there will be rotations.”