Wanderers manager Gareth Ainsworth was delighted his side managed to get a vital 3-2 win over promotion rivals Swindon Town at Adams Park.

The Blues got off to the worst possible start after 67 seconds when Marc Richards gave the visitors the lead.

However, the Chairboys turned the game on its head to lead 2-1 after just 10 minutes thanks to goals from Luke O'Nien and Craig Mackail-Smith.

Swindon then equalised just after the hour with a Matt Taylor exocet before Adebayo Akinfenwa scored a late winner to keep the feel-good factor going at Adams Park.

Ainsworth said: "It was a great win against a really good Swindon side.

"They have bought players in, good attacking options and when you can do that you have good options and good movement up front.

"To keep their players at bay was tough but then you go the other side with your Tysons, Akinfenwas and Mackail-Smiths, then you will get goals.

"It was a good game for the forwards. What a fantastic free-kick by Matty Taylor. It was one of the best free-kicks I have ever seen live."

Before Akinfenwa's heroics at the death, the big striker had a goal chalked off earlier, much to Ainsworth's annoyance, but crucially had one last chance to see it through.

He added: "I thought we just edged it on chances. I couldn't see anything wrong with Akinfenwa's diving header goal.

"I don't know why the referee disallowed that but I am really pleased he had another chance to put that right and the cross in from Dominic Gape was superb.

"It was one of those teasing ones where the keeper has come and didn't get it and if there is anyone you want on the end of it, it is probably the best header of the ball in the Football League, never mind League Two."

With 19 goals in just seven league games, Wycombe are the top goalscorers in the whole country in 2018 just on league encounters, beating off Manchester City and Accrington Stanley who both have 18.

Although finding the net isn't an issue, keeping clean sheets is but Ainsworth added: "If we score one more than the opposition then clean sheets aren't that important.

"Obviously we set out to address the goalscoring problem two years ago. I think you can safely say we have done that.

"At the back we have Tafari Moore and Dan Scarr who are inexperienced and you are probably going to look at people making mistakes but hopefully they go onto have good careers.

"We will work with that. All of them are really good defenders and this game was a tough test for them.

"Clean sheets would be nice but if we can score one more than the opposition for the rest of the season, I would take that."

The team spirit shown by the Blues is in abundance currently and Ainsworth explained that the squad are definitely onto something special.

"You don't get these moments every season," said the 44-year-old.

"Sometimes they are bad dressing rooms and bad spirits but we won't have that here.

"Culture is really important. We know we can't pay for players and we have to cut our cloth accordingly but we can create a culture where players can come in and thrive and be the best they possibly can."