Wycombe Wanderers manager Gareth Ainsworth believes his side created ‘some real good chances’ despite his side’s 3-0 loss away at Bolton.

The Chairboys were 2-0 down by half-time thanks to goals from Kyle Dempsey and Aaron Morley before the former got his second of the afternoon around the hour mark.

Bolton could have had more if it wasn’t for rookie goalkeeper Tyla Dickinson making some important saves and if the Trotters hit the target.

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Despite the defeat, Lewis Wing hit the post for Wycombe whilst Josh Scowen also tested James Trafford in the Wanderers goal, but the day belonged to Ian Evatt’s men.

Speaking on his side’s performance, Ainsworth said: “The boys gave me everything, and there are a few things that I will need to touch on which we will talk about in the week.

“But Bolton took theirs and that’s the story of the first half but I will get the boys up and running again for next week.”

On being compared to playing like Burton the week previously, which saw them beat the Brewers 3-0 at Adams Park, Ainsworth said: “We created chances whilst Burton didn’t create anything.

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“We created some really good chances and scoring them would have been a real plus.”

Finally, on the performance of Tyla Dickinson, he concluded: “It’s tough for Tyla.

“There were a couple of goals that I don’t think he could have done much with, but I was more disappointed with the marking in the box due to the time that they were given along with the breakaways.

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“We will look at them but on Tyla, he is a good lad and he will learn a lot from losing.

“He’s young, he has had a great experience of playing in front of large crowds but we win and lose as a team.”