Three Wycombe players made the EFL League One team of the week after the Chairboys came out 3-1 winners away to Cheltenham.

Sam Vokes and Olly Pendulbury made the team after both scored debut goals with left-back Joe Jacobson also making the side claiming one assist.

19-year-old Olly Pendulbury joined the club in the summer after being released by Reading and he was offered a chance to impress Gareth Ainsworth due to a number of injuries in the squad.

The youngster stepped up to the plate and scored twice to help the Chairboys pick up all three points on their first away fixture this season.

He said: "It's great especially in front of the fans, it's great to have them back.

"I'm happy for the boys as well because of the work we put in at the training ground, it's good it doesn't go unnoticed. 

"I'm so happy to score two goals and the teams to win."

Sam Vokes also joined in the summer with the 31-year-old leaving Championship club Stoke City to sign an initial one-year deal.

Manager Gareth Ainsworth was in full praise for his squad after the game but paid special tribute to the striker who scored his first goal for the club.

He said: "Sam Vokes led the line superbly well, he deserved his goal.

"He probably could have had another from the mistake early in the game.

"We're looking after him, he's a fantastic player to have in the squad in this league.

"He's all for the cause of Wycombe Wanders which is a fantastic sight to see a player of that caliber like that." 

The result leaves Wycombe top of the table two games into the season with the Chairboys traveling to the DW Stadium to face Wigan tomorrow evening.