Wycombe midfielder Marcus Bean explained that they have to eradicate the errors that are plaguing their season as they fell to a fourth straight loss on Saturday, losing 3-2 to Portsmouth.

Bean scored his first for the season, clawing it back to 2-1 before Portsmouth went 3-1 ahead six minutes later.

The former QPR man admitted that mistakes are costing them points in their quest for survival.

He said: "I think it was like the last three games. By and large, the performances have been pretty high but ultimately we concede goals like we have been, then we will really struggle.

"We are in a situation where it is all about points and we have to go that extra mile and we can't be making fundamental errors.

"Their keeper was outstanding. He made some really big saves. Defensively as a team, the goals we conceded were poor.

"We are working hard to address it. There were elements of that performance we can take heart from but we know we have got to be better."

Bean's goal sparked Wycombe into life but he admitted the goal didn't mean a lot to him.

He added: "To be honest, the goal is meaningless now.

"At the time I thought it would give us a little boost and it did. We were dominant in the second half.

"Scoring goals means nothing when you are in the situation you are and get a result like we did."