Wycombe forward Alex Samuel believes he and his team-mates can pose Portsmouth some real problems as they prepare to face Kenny Jackett's side tomorrow at Adams Park.

Although on a rocky run, Wycombe's form against League One's best sides at home as been superb, with only Coventry in the top half beating the Chairboys on their own patch this term.

The likes of Barnsley, Peterborough and Doncaster have all lost to the Blues in south Bucks and Luton and Sunderland held on for barely deserved draws.

Samuel said: "I really think Portsmouth will be worried and concerned as we pose that threat against the larger sides and I think we have done better against the bigger sides than the lower sides this season and I think it will be in their minds.

"The atmosphere is going to be good and the fans will be right behind us. We have shown against Peterborough, Barnsley, Sunderland that we can compete and we are looking forward to this game and we will get out there and give it our all."

Despite their 10-game winless streak, Samuel explained the mood in the camp is as good as ever before Saturday's clash.

He added: "We have responded really well and are really up for it.

"It has been tough. Conceding late goals is a difficult thing but the way the boys have reacted I am really confident we are ready to go in and play Pompey."

Samuel has been a real bright spot in this run and his performance up front in recent games have earned rave reviews and a player of the month award.

He said: "It is brilliant to have a run of games like I am and I hope to keep that up and give my all for the team.

"It has been a tough month but we have seven cup finals now and we will give it our best."