Wycombe Wanderers boss Gareth Ainsworth is relishing the task of facing League One leaders Luton Town at Kenilworth Road on Saturday, labelling it his side's "hardest game so far".

Luton have swept all before them in recent months and top the table by six points, having not been beaten in the league since October and they have remained unbeaten at home this term.

Ainsworth is under no illusion as to the task in front of his team but admitted he is looking forward to the challenge of being the first League One side to beat the Hatters on their home turf this campaign.

He said: "We have upset the form books in the past and stopped records happening and have broken records.

"They have an unbeaten home record and it would be great to be able to dent that. In the FA Cup game there in November we were second best and we didn't have the firepower to get anything at the other end.

"We have to learn from that and we are looking at how we can be better. This is going to be a very tough game and we will be billing it as the hardest game so far of the year.

"It is the next game and the one that counts the most and we will be looking to get something out of it."

With Wycombe sitting handsomely in the top half of the table, they have a cushion from the sides below them as they remain on course to achieve their survival target.

As tough a game as it is, Luton are hot favourites to keep their run going and Ainsworth feels the pressure is off his side on Saturday.

He added: "It is a game with no pressure.

"It is a little bit of a bonus game as we have done so well in the league but I am still looking at Wycombe being part of a 16-team relegation battle.

"Two or three results going either way and you can soon worry about where you are in the table.

"With a couple more wins, we can be very close to what we set out to achieve this season and it is a fine balance."