Wycombe Wanderers manager Gareth Ainsworth wants his team to finish their first season back in League One on a high note by beating Fleetwood in front of potentially a bumper crowd on Saturday (5.30pm kick off).

Wycombe find themselves in a strange position. Mathematically, they aren't completely safe as they are three points clear of Plymouth Argyle with a solitary game left.

However, the Blues would need to lose 7-0 and Plymouth would need to win by the same margin against Scunthorpe.

With that hugely unlikely scenario in mind, Ainsworth still didn't afford himself to say his team were safe but admitted that he wants to end the season with a bang at Adams Park.

He said: "We should have come away with something from Wimbledon and put the five-year plan to bed.

"As I said, it is Wycombe Wanderers and it always comes down to the last game and lo and behold it has and we need to get something out of it to survive.

"I am really looking forward to a fantastic opportunity on Saturday to close this five-year plan once and for all."

Wycombe do have a tricky test to overcome on Saturday as they entertain Joey Barton's Fleetwood, who had an excellent win over Sunderland in midweek.

Ainsworth added: "Joey Barton is a winner. He has his team playing very well.

"Whether he changes or keeps the same team from Tuesday, we have to see.

"I would love to survive on our own right but above that line was the remit for this season.

"If we are above that dotted line, it would be a huge success story for Wycombe Wanderers and the players would deserve it as they have been brilliant.

"If we manage to get to 53 points, brilliant, 51 would be great and 50 would be fantastic. I just want a nice survival party at the end of the game because the players and fans deserve that.

"But there will be no party mode before the game. It will be total professionalism on our part and we will take it as seriously as any other game.

"The lads have been working hard this week. There are no extra days off and we have been looking at Fleetwood and working hard and I am looking forward to the game now."