Wycombe manager Gareth Ainsworth reserved special praise for his squad as Wanderers beat Barnsley 1-0 at Adams Park to set a new club record of six league wins in a row at home.

Randell Williams scored the only goal of the game on 54 minutes in absorbing contest against one of the promotion favourites.

The Chairboys restricted The Tykes' potent attack to very few chances and Ainsworth was thrilled that his side jumped to ninth in League One.

He said: "It is all about the boys.

"They were fantastic again and we had a gameplan which we had a full week to work on.

"I was worried that we hadn't had a game for 10 days but this group is something special and I am so proud of them.

"We played so well in both halves. We nullified Barnsley's threats and we could have had two or three at the end and I am hoping they give us some credit on how we have played.

"Little Wycombe again have turned the form guide on its head and I am really proud of the boys."

Ainsworth also paid tribute to analyst Josh Hart, who joined the club from Chelsea Ladies in the summer.

He added: "He has been an absolute diamond.

"He has come in and made a big difference on the way we see things but we can only put these things into place and the boys were fantastic out there and they deserve every plaudit that they get against a team who will be up there at the end of the season."

Wycombe had their fifth goalkeeper between the sticks on Saturday with Stephen Henderson, on loan from Championship side Nottingham Forest making an assured debut.

Ainsworth added: "He has come in and done the business.

"His kicking was great, he threw out at the right time and he made a great save in the first half to keep a header out and he has brought right into the culture already.

"I am hoping we can keep hold of him and he can stay while the other two goalkeepers get fit."

Wycombe face Gillingham away on Saturday (kick off 3pm).