Wycombe Wanderers manager Gareth Ainsworth hailed a resilient victory for his side as his Chairboys team chalked up a third successive League One triumph with a 1-0 win over Plymouth Argyle on Saturday.

A Yann Songo'o own goal in the first half was the scoreline difference between the sides but the Blues had numerous chances to put the game beyond doubt in the first 45 minutes.

The visitors came back into the game in the second half but Wanderers showed plenty of guts to see the game and Ainsworth was pleased to his players notch a second clean sheet in a row.

He said: "I thought we were very dominant in the first half and I was disappointed with didn't come in with more goals.

"Plymouth are a good side and I said to the boys that they will come at us in the second half.

"We had quite a few chances in the first half and we could have gone further ahead. In the second half they had more possession and they went direct but we defended them really well.

"Adam El-Abd was superb and Curtis Thompson goes from strength to strength. They are a good side so that was a very good win for us."

On-loan Manchester City player Luke Bolton came on in the second half to make his debut for the Blues, becoming the 100th player to play under Ainsworth during his tenure.

Ainsworth added: "I am so honoured to be able to bring a player from Man City to Wycombe.

"It shows the culture and the way we do things here is the right way. I am privileged to be in the same job as Premier League managers. 

"For them to trust us with their players is a real honour and Luke has been part of a winning Wycombe side and it is great for him and you will see him a lot more for us and City as he is a special talent."

With the transfer deadline now three days away, Ainsworth is still hoping to bolster his squad with quality before Thursday.

He said: "We will try and get one or two more in. It depends on resources and different factors. I am hopeful with one or two more, but if not I am very happy with what we have and I think we have enough to give it a go to survive in League One."