Wycombe Wanderers manager Gareth Ainsworth hailed his sides focus and concentration after an opening day victory against Bolton Wanderers.

Much of the focus ahead of kick off surrounded the perilious financial situation in which the visitors find themselves in. 

Ainsworth credited his side's focus, having gone into the game unsure about the majority of the players his side would be coming up against.

Ainsworth said: "We didn't really know the players who we would be coming up against.

"All of their pre-season fixtures have been behind closed doors, we had little time to prepare for the the players that they put in. It was sort of a case of tossing the coin about how they would play.

"We knew about Oztumer and Lowe and Murphy but a lot were very young and very experienced but some of them have great careers ahead of them.

"I made my boys aware that we were all 18-19 once and if Phil Parkinson had asked me at that age to play in front of nearly 2,000 travelling fans I'd of given absolutely everything.

"So we had to be on it today and all of the players were."

The Wycombe boss remained tight lipped on his ambitions for the season ahead. 

The mood going into the opening day was hugely positive amongst supporters after a busy transfer window and will have only improved after the opening day.

However, Ainsworth said that any improvement from last years finish was the aim, saying: "Last year we finished 17th last year, the aim is 16th this year. Anything else is a bonus."