Wycombe midfielder Curtis Thompson said the side were gutted to concede so late on against Coventry.

The former Notts County midfielder put the goal down to lapse in concentration which left them despondent at the final whistle.

He said: "The last 10 minutes we had tired legs and tired minds.

"We switched off for the cross into the box and they got a free header and scored so it is very disappointing.

"I think the boys are really upset and down. Games like that you just want to upset the opposition and overall we did that really well.

"As I said, last 10 minutes we just switched off and unfortunately we conceded."

It was extremely gusty at the Ricoh Arena and Thompson admitted conditions were tough to gauge.

He added: "It is always difficult judging the wind with headers but that's football.

"You just have to get on with it whatever the conditions and read the game as much as you can."

Thompson has become a key member of the side with good displays against Burton the previous week and now against Coventry.

The 25-year-old explained he was delighted to be getting a run in the team and hoped to continue his good form.

He said: "I am delighted to be giving my bit and contributing again.

"It is tough to keep the shirt with everyone gunning for a place but hopefully I can continue to play well and stay in the side and we can pick up some wins."