Hogan Ephraim has stated his belief Wanderers can achieve promotion this season.

Throughout a hugely promising season for Blues, players and staff have consistently been keen to downplay their achievements in being among the front runners.

The mantra has always been to focus on getting to the 55 point target set by chairman Andrew Howard that should be enough to avoid the relegation the club came close to suffering last season.

Victory over Cambridge United saw Wanderers overhaul that mark - but Ephraim said, while Blues' detractors keep insisting the wheels will come off, he saw no reason why his team mates couldn't continue their winning run.

It means the former QPR man is the first member of the squad to publicly declare Wycombe can last the pace and earn a crack at League One next season.

Ephraim said: "We are flying high. People still expect us to stumble every game, but we keep going.

"We take it one game at a time, but I'd be lying if I said I go into games thinking, 'We're not going to win'. Every game we go into, I go I'm expecting us to win, or at least get a point.

"If we keep doing that, who knows what we can achieve? We can go up.

"People write us off and we accept that. That's no problem. We have the smallest squad in the league by a country mile, but we buzz off that."