Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth praised the volunteers who helped to get the game on at Adams Park on Saturday as Wanderers drew 0-0 with Bradford City.

The match had been thrown into doubt after snow fell in south Bucks on Thursday. However, a group of hardy volunteers helped to clear up the surrounding areas, such as the car park at the ground, to ensure the fixture would not be called off.

Ainsworth said: "They are our men and women of the match.

"They were fantastic and thanks so much to them. They play a big part at this club and if you want to put this in perspective, come here and watch the volunteers, who don't get paid, help clear snow and doing stuff for this club that is just awesome.

"They cheer every point and pass and every tackle we make and I hugely appreciate them and the boys were made aware that this game had been put on because of people like that and when you wear the shirt do it in the right way.

"I am really proud of the club."

Ainsworth assessed his side's point against Bradford as a good one, with training being disrupted in the lead-up to the game as well as a very long week having travelled to Blackpool on Tuesday.

He added: "Fair play to Bradford, they had a real go at us. Even at the end they are gambling and he has to do that and I have a lot of respect for David Hopkin.

"I am gutted that we couldn't give our fans something to cheer about. We had a couple of half-chances but nothing major.

"The clean sheet is important and that is three out of four now. We got in at 4am on Wednesday and we couldn't train properly on Thursday or Friday because of the weather so I will take a point all day and it could be an important one come the end of the season."