Wycombe have FA cup history and Gareth Ainsworth will be using the club’s past to inspire his players.

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The Chairboys reached the semi-final in 2001 when Liverpool came out 2-1 winners at Villa Park.

In recent years Wanderers nearly became giant killers as they were minutes away from knocking out none other than Tottenham at White Hart Lane.

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Ainsworth wants to equal the semi-final record and believes this time around his side are capable of knocking Spurs out of the cup.

The Wycombe manager said: “I will be playing the boys the highlights of four years ago.

“What we achieved as a League Two team, with similar players, I have still got players who played that day.

“There is definitely comparisons to be made.

“We were a League Two team going to White Hart Lane, we have come on, we are a Championship team, we know we are better now.

“I will be playing them those highlights, without a doubt.

“This club has broken records. We have achieved what no one else has achieved by getting into the Championship.

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“We have got an FA Cup record to equal now, a semi-final, wow that is some record that this club has got.

“I will be drawing on some goals and history, I will be making sure the players know what the FA Cup means to me as a person and what it means to Wycombe Wanderers.

“We will definitely be using this underdog tag to the maximum.

“I am real good friends with Keith Ryan who scored against Liverpool in the semi-final but I won’t go as far as bringing him in for a team-talk.

“We are still a lower-league football team and we have got a chance to do something special on Monday and I am hoping we can be the shock of the fourth round.”