Wanderers manager Gareth Ainsworth is very wary of the threat of Plymouth Argyle this weekend as his side bid to make it eight wins in 10 home games.

The Chairboys have had an excellent run at Adams Park, picking up 21 points out of possible 27 since October.

However, they are set to face arguably the form team in League One, with Derek Adams' side winning their last four matches including beating a decent Walsall side 2-1 on Tuesday night.

Ainsworth said: "Derek Adams is renowned for his second half of the seasons.

"They did it when they got promoted [from League Two] and they did it last year.

"You have to respect Plymouth as a whole because there are no knee-jerk reactions but they have big trust in their manager and he has his team playing very well.

"They are coming good at the right time and we have had some momentous games with Plymouth in the past and I am sure Saturday will be no different at Adams Park."

One player in the Plymouth line-up who always attracts interest from opposition sides is playmaker Graham Carey.

Carey has three goals and 10 assists this term from his free role and on his day is one of the division's best players.

However, Wycombe's Curtis Thompson has been a crucial cog in the Blues' engine room this season and Ainsworth feels this potential battle could be key on Saturday.

He added: "Carey got two assists the other night and he plays wide but not a natural winger and he cuts in on that lethal left foot of his.

"Graham is always a tough player to face but historically we have done OK against him.

"We have players in form ourselves but something has to give with the winning streaks both sides are on.

"They will be a dangerous animal but so are we when we are in form and I have a great squad to choose from and we have great belief at the moment as well."