Wycombe Wanderers are top of League One - and I am sure a few of their fans are dreaming already, writes Nicholas Tunney.

This, for me, was their best win of the season so far against a side with promotion ambitions, a big budget and a host of quality players to call upon.

From the off, it looked like the Chairboys' game plan was bang on the mark and the likes of Dominic Gape and Matt Bloomfield were dominating the midfield.

An early goal from Joe Jacobson with a clever free kick knocked the stuffing out of the Imps and they were chasing shadows for much of the game.

The tempo was high from the Blues and they were defending solidly against a dangerous attack.

The likes of Jacobson and Jack Grimmer looked to get forward as much as possible and the former put in a string of threatening crosses.

Another clear game plan was to get the front three of Samuel, Kashket and Wheeler to use their pace on the break against the Lincoln defence and it worked a treat with the game getting stretched.

What is excellent, in particular, about Samuel is the amount of free kicks he wins through his sheer tenacity. His selfless running really gave the Imps backline no respite at all.

Jacobson then added another, straight from a corner along with another in the second half.

To put the set pieces as close to Lincoln goalkeeper Josh Vickers as possible was a inspired idea as the young custodian was very shaky under the high balls.

In between, Wycombe's second and third goals, Lincoln scored. For me, this was hugely contentious. Referees have to make sure the safety of the players is paramount. On this occasion, that was not the case.

Bloomfield appeared to be knocked out cold and whilst lying prone, the visitors scored. It should never have stood but hopefully lessons can be learnt from this.

It was a good move by Ainsworth to bring Adebayo Akinfenwa on after the front trio had tired the Imps defence with their constant running and movement.

Akinfenwa gave the centre halves a new problem and they couldn't handle him which allowed the game to swing back into Wycombe's favour.

All in all, a hugely impressive display and this should be the blueprint moving forward.