Gareth Ainsworth has praised the people of Wycombe as the Chairboys continued their great home form this campaign.

This comes after Ainsworth’s men defeat Tranmere 3-1 on Saturday, which was Wycombe’s 13th victory in the league at Adams Park this season.

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The result means that the Chairboys are now only one point off top place in League One, as they continue to charge to promotion.

Speaking after the Tranmere game about what has made Adams Park a special place this season, Ainsworth said:  “The fans, the staff - everyone who comes to the place, you get this mental advantage when you turn up at Wycombe Wanderers and it’s brilliant.

“The boys are really together in there and I have said all along that we have done what we have set out to do, with half or even a quarter of the resources some of the teams have got in our league.

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“Yet, we are still wedged in the middle of this promotion hunt which is absolutely fabulous.

“The boys are under no pressure to get promoted.

“I know Rob and Pete [Couhig] might say don’t say that as we want you up there! And of course, I want us to be up there too, but, realistically, we are punching above our weight and I’m really proud.

“I’ve got a group of boys in there who would run through brick walls for me and as a manager, I can’t ask for anymore."

Wycombe took the lead through Anthony Stewart just before half-time before James Vaughan equalised for Tranmere.

But goals from Adebayo Akinfenwa and then a late penalty from Joe Jacobson saw Wycombe eventually get the three points.

Speaking on Wycombe's mentality after it went to 1-1, Ainsworth said: “When it comes to keeping the positivity up or putting it on the pitch, I don’t need to do that as it’s already there  - the boys have already got it.

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“And I’m hoping people will see that there wasn’t a massive panic [after it went to 1-1], as we have got the belief.

“We were playing in gale force winds and the pitch has been battered this season, as we couldn’t afford to take it up in the summer.

“We have done it every summer, we couldn’t last year as the takeover only happened yesterday [Friday], and people think it went through months ago and that’s why people think we’re doing so well.

“Again, another mistruth about Wycombe Wanderers.

“But let people think what they want to think about us, because, it’s all to our advantage.”

Wycombe’s next home match is against Oxford United on March 21.