Wycombe goalkeeper Ryan Allsop is hoping for a strong finish to the season as Wanderers look to secure their survival as early as possible.

If results go their way, Wycombe could be safe by 5pm on Easter Monday with two wins this weekend against Rochdale and Walsall.

Allsop hasn't been an ever-present in recent weeks, missing the games against Shrewsbury and Oxford in favour of Yves Ma-Kalambay.

Now, back between the sticks, Allsop was in excellent form in the 2-0 win at Southend on Saturday, looking assured as the Blues got their first clean sheet since January.

Allsop said: "You have to take these things on the chin and work hard to get your place back and support the team in other ways.

"It is never nice not to be playing because everyone wants to play as many games as they can throughout the season.

"Sometimes that isn't possible for one reason or another but I am delighted to be back in the team and look forward to playing many more games and securing our spot in League One next season."

Following that win against the Shrimpers, hopes are high that Wycombe can maintain that form over the closing weeks.

Allsop added: "It is in our hands now. Hopefully momentum has turned for us now and we can go on a run again like we did earlier on in the season and start picking up the wins in numbers again.

"We can only concentrate on ourselves and hopefully we can do the job."

The Birmingham-born keeper also focused on the team ethic that the squad have which he believes is so important.

He said: "After the Southend game, for Bayo [Adebayo Akinfenwa] to come out and heap all the praise on the lads just shows the team ethic and togetherness we have.

"It is a brilliant changing room to be involved in."