Wycombe Wanderers boss Gareth Ainsworth revealed he is still hopeful of getting in a couple of players to bolster his squad ahead of the transfer deadline at the end of this month.

With just 19 fit players at his disposal, Ainsworth is looking for a couple of "quality" signings to boost Wycombe's hope for survival and hit that 55-point target.

He said: "There will be some movement with the squad.

"We are going to have work hard and creatively with the budget to make things happen but it is something we have done before.

"We are still quite far back in the pickings and it is going to be a tough couple of weeks. We have targets and a list as long as your arm.

"Whether we can get them in or not is a different story. We need the best players in at the right time and the right price and strengthen the squad for the run-in which could be very important."

Wycombe never-say-die spirit was evident again last weekend with three more goals in between the 76th minute and the final whistle to take their tally to 15 goals in that time period in League One this season.

That is four goals ahead of their nearest rivals and Ainsworth took pride in that statistic, hailing his squad for their character.

He added: "We never give up and they haven't for all the years I have been in charge.

"We have had some great momentous games in those last 15 minutes and I am hoping people don't leave too early and they know that Wycombe don't ever give up.

"The players never stop going physically and we work on the mental side with all the players and those factors are key and I always tell them to stay in the game and the players always believe they can get something from the game."