Wycombe manager Gareth Ainsworth has said ‘he will not get carried away’ after his side smashed Fleetwood Town 4-1 in the League One semi-final first leg.

Goals from Nnamdi Ofoborh, an Alex Cairns own goal, a David Wheeler strike and an Alex Samuel tap in gave the Chairboys the advantage at Highbury Stadium, in a game packed with drama as Wycombe also missed a penalty whilst Fleetwood had two players sent-off, with Cairns making two goalkeeping errors.

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But despite Wycombe securing their biggest win on the road this season and only their second away victory of 2020, Ainsworth said ‘we go again on Monday’.

Speaking after the game, he said: “I’m not getting carried away but hopefully, people won’t keep writing us off like they always do.

“We’ve had a great season and I’m happy with what happened this evening (Friday night).

“I can say anything to these boys.

“Truly can say anything to these boys and they started like a train and they finished just as fast and I’m so proud of them.

“There were no fans here or were there?

“If you’re sat on that bench, not involved in the team which is a horrible place to be, they [the subs] got up, they were clapping, shouting, they were positive and they weren’t forced to do that.

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“They were brilliant tonight as it was true squad performance and those off the pitch played their part.

“This is a fantastic game and I’m a very lucky man to be a manager of a football club and I live for it every day.

“[But] we go again Monday.”

The second leg will be on Monday, July 6 with the kicking off at 7.30pm.