Wycombe Wanderers manager Gareth Ainsworth was despondent at seeing his side suffer an unlucky 1-0 defeat to Gillingham in their League One clash at Adams Park on Saturday.

Gills substitute Regan Charles-Cook popped up in the 83rd minute to tap home after the home side had wasted a plethora of chances to go ahead with Adebayo Akinfenwa, Scott Kashket and Jason McCarthy all squandering opportunities.

Despite the result, Ainsworth was, however, pleased with his side's performance on the day.

He said: "How we haven't got something out of that game, I am amazed.

"We created plenty of chances and we had some great chances in both halves but Gillingham took their one chance and put it in.

"We very rarely draw a blank and a clean sheet would have been great. It would have been a decent point, but a frustrating one as we dominated.

"We have to take defeat on the chin but on the whole I am pleased with the performance and we have to take that into next week now."

The Chairboys haven't scored from open play in their last six games with Joe Jacobson's penalty at Barnsley being their only goal in their last four fixtures.

However, Ainsworth wasn't too concerned as he pointed to the fact that the opportunities are still being created.

He added: "If we weren't creating any chances from open play, it would be a worry.

"Their keeper (Tomas Holy) made some world class saves but we have to take our chances when we are on top.

"We will create chances and we will score goals. Gillingham are fighting for their lives and they have won the game so you have to give them credit."