Wycombe manager, Gareth Ainsworth believes his side are capable of bouncing straight back to the Championship after being relegated this afternoon.

The Chairboys produced a dominant performance at the Riverside beat Middlesbrough with goals from Fred Onyedinma, Garath McCleary, and Jason McCarthy.

However, the result wasn't enough for Wanderers to avoid the drop who knew only a miraculous set of results would keep them safe.

READ MORE: Wycombe relegated from Championship despite win over Middlesbrough

It did mean that Wycombe moved off the bottom of the table and up to 22nd where they were only one point from safety.

The Wycombe boss said: "It has been an awesome season.

"I have loved every single minute and I can't wait to come back.

"It's going to happen because that squad is good enough to compete in the Championship let alone League One."

Nine of the starting eleven of today's team are contracted to play next season as the club will look to bounce back the first time of asking.

Ainsworth continued: "We have got some superb players.

"I think six or seven at the end there played in League Two for me.

"We have got heart, spirit but now we are adding some guile and quality play

"If I can add on or two other players that I have got my eye then I think we will be a threat next year, I cant wait for it.

"Thanks to everyone who has supported us and for everyone who has joined the Wycombe story.

"It has been brilliant and like I said we will back."