Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth has his eyes on a decent November in League Two as his charges aim to keep tabs on the division’s pacesetters.

With two weeks since the last league encounter, Wycombe have since been knocked out of the Checkatrade Trophy but progressed in the FA Cup with a serene win at Solihull.

Wanderers begin their league campaign this month with a long away trip to Morecambe before a home game against Yeovil next weekend.

After a stuttering end to October, with just one point from two league games, Ainsworth has high hopes that the Blues can bounce back to string a run of excellent results together.

He said: “We have some games that people expect us to get points from and it is back to the league form. November is a month that we can pick points up.

“Now we are back to the league, I am not looking anywhere else other than picking up as many points as possible.

“The good thing for us is there aren’t too many Tuesday games coming up and that is important with the squad we have got and gives us more time to recover from injuries we may have.

“The squad is looking very good. Anthony Stewart and Adam El-Abd were carrying knocks but another week has enabled us to have them recover fully.

“Even the likes of Nathan Tyson and Scott Kashket, are dare I say it, very close now. We seem to be slowly coming together and the injury crisis seems to have gone right down.”

With a third of the season gone, Ainsworth assessed his start with an upbeat tone. He added: “I am pleased we are where we are.

“We are in and around the playoffs and with some big players to come back into the squad, we are in a good position to challenge and kick on.”

One area where Wycombe haven't really struggled for injuries is in midfield. The trio of Sam Saunders, Matt Bloomfield and Marcus Bean were all in excellent form against Solihull and Ainsworth could still welcome back the likes of Ebere Eze this weekend.

He commented: “All three of them have been brilliant. And we have the likes of Ebere, Dominic Gape and Luke O’Nien to call upon which is fantastic for us.

“There are players who haven;t done anything wrong. It is just a case of other players doing everything right and the midfield have excelled.

“The ground the guys covered against Solihull was amazing and I am really proud with how the old guard are doing and we have the fresh legs too.”

Wanderers have been drawn at home to Leatherhead or Billericay in the next round of the FA Cup on Monday evening and the Blues manager was delighted to get a home tie.

“That is a good tie for us,” added Ainsworth.

“Both sides are flying in their leagues. We can’t ask for anything more. A home tie against a side from the lower leagues is one we will definitely take and we are looking forward to that tie in early December.”