Wycombe Wanderers manager Gareth Ainsworth is hoping some hard work in training will iron out the mistakes that have been plaguing his side in recent weeks.

Despite some very good performances both home and away, Wycombe find themselves just two points off relegation after a horror run of results, losing six League One games from their last seven.

However, with the team having a weekend off due to Charlton having players away on international duty, Ainsworth is making sure the break in fixtures will be fruitful to try and arrest the slide.

He said: "We have been working really hard to rectify the mistakes to make sure we are ready for the Oxford game.

"The spirit in the camp is excellent and really positive and we are doing different things in training like team-building exercises to give the boys a change of scenery and these days will do the squad a world of good.

"The performances recently, apart from the second half against Accrington, have been really good and if we keep performing like we have been the results will come.

"These mistakes need to be ironed out and I am sure we will be ok."

Certain players in recent weeks, despite the run, have been playing really well and Ainsworth pinpointed a couple of young members of his squad who have really stepped up.

He added: "Alex Samuel is proving to be a real asset to us.

"He has been superb in the past few games and he continues to grow. He is a great guy and he continues to get better and better.

"Nick Freeman has also been playing really well in the past few weeks and he is growing in stature week in, week out."