Wycombe Wanderers midfielder Curtis Thompson says despite the Chairboys shock 2-1 home defeat to League One's bottom club AFC Wimbledon on Saturday there is still plenty of time left in the season for the club to achieve their targets.

Gareth Ainsworth’s men were looking for their seventh straight home win but goals in each half for the visitors ensured the Dons left Adams Park with all three points despite Fred Onyedinma’s late consolation.

Thompson said: “There are games coming thick and fast, we know what we’ve got to do, we know we’ve got to get points out of these next few games to put us where we want to be in the second half of the season, and I think we’ll be looking to do that.”

The former Notts County man has been in good form this season, being voted man of the match against Wimbledon and has become a regular in his managers starting XI as well as being a fans favourite.

Thompson’s contract is set to expire at the end of January but insists his concentration is to carry on improving, playing as well as possible and keeping his place in the team.

He said: “I’m just focused on performing at the moment, contract wise there’s talks going on, but nothing is certain until its in black and white, but I’m just focused mainly on performing and staying in the team.”

He added: “I’ve got to stay alert. Performances and wins they come and go, I think the main thing is to stay focused, keep trying to rack points up, stay in the team and see where we go from there.”

Thompson and Wycombe travel to Burton Albion on Boxing Day (kick off 3pm) hoping to do the double over the Brewers and put the surprising defeat to Wimbledon to the back of their minds.