GARETH Ainsworth said he hasn't given a second thought to this summer's spat with Bristol Rovers.

The Gas complained to the authorities that Wanderers had breached third party ownership regulations over the 2010 transfer of former player Matt Phillips to Blackpool and demanded an investigation.

Rovers said Blues' alleged flouting of the rules handed them an unfair advantage last season and called for them to be docked points or fined.

Wanderers stayed up on goal difference at the Bristol club's expense on a dramatic final day of last season and a points deduction would have seen Blues relegated into non-league football instead.

The Football League and FA both said they would investigate but there is still no sign of the saga being concluded any time soon.

The longer the affair rumbles on, the less likely it seems any action will be taken, and Ainsworth said he's been completely unconcerned at what's been happening.

He said: "I've totally ignored it. It's something I haven't put one thought towards. It's something we don't need to worry about as a club.

"I've had so much to do with concentrating on signings, getting things ready, new staff, new players and what's happened off the pitch at Wycombe, it's taken the majority of my focus."