Wycombe Ladies manager Andy McIntosh is thrilled with his side's start to the campaign as they prepare to face Moneyfields on Sunday afternoon in their top-of-the-table clash.

The team have won six out of six, including defeating Woodley, who are one division above them, 1-0 in the cup last weekend.

McIntosh said: "The form hasn't been from just this season, I think it started at the turn of the year.

"It took me three or four months to get the ideas over and get them to play a slightly different way.

"They are showing the benefits now of all their hard work."

The Ladies have had some huge wins, including beating Wargrave 11-0 but have also had narrow victories which in some ways, have given McIntosh more pleasure.

He added: "Defensively has been much tighter.

"We have changed formation to try and win the ball higher up the pitch and that has worked.

"The girls were reticent about changing it but they have worked hard and are reaping the rewards.

McIntosh also outlined the ambition the squad has this season.

"Promotion for sure," he said.

"The cups are not so much of a target but it is nice to have a good run but the league is definitely our priority."

This weekend, the squad travel to Portsmouth for their mouthwatering fixture against Moneyfields and McIntosh is confident his side can get a positive result.

He said: "That is where we want to play and play at the highest level you can.

"We played Woodley the other week but the players coped with it really well. We need to keep the ball. Possession with purpose is one of my sayings and teams have tired in the later stages of games against us so that will be key."