Chairboys boss Gareth Ainsworth believes that the team will learn from last week’s disappointing 5-0 defeat to Blackburn Rovers.

3-0 down at half-time and with Darius Charles being shown a straight red card just before the hour mark, the manager felt that the team improved in the second half, and that it is individual mistakes letting the team down.

It was the first time Wycombe had conceded five goals in a match since losing to Preston North End 5-1 in the FA Cup back in 2018.

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Speaking ahead of the Swansea clash, Ainsworth said: “We’ve picked the bones out of last Saturday, it probably was not a 5-0 but it was.

“They really dictated the second-half but first-half was the damage, 3-0 down, we’ve looked at that game and it was three mistakes.

“You’re going to get punished if you give mistakes away at this level.

“We’ve got to eradicate the mistakes and take our chances because we had a great 15 minute spell where we were well on top.

"Tony Mowbray said after the game that he was worried after the first 15 minutes that it was going to be a long afternoon for them, but we let them in the game with a couple of silly mistakes and we’ve got to stop that.

“We have to make sure that tactically and technically we’re on it.

“The league has come on so much.

"I’s a mini Premier League and there are some super players, so we’ve got to find a way of bridging the gap.

"We’ll do it, we just need a few games to work this league out."

Despite a difficult start, with two defeats from two and no goals scored in the league, Ainsworth is enjoying the matches and is confident he can turn it around in the coming matches.

“I don’t think anyone was expecting us to be winning games left, right and centre in the Championship.

“We’re definitely the underdogs at this level, one of the smallest clubs that has ever been in the Championship, so we’re really happy and buzzing to be here and looking forward to our first win.

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“We’ve just got to keep working hard and working smart.

“We bridged the gap from League Two to League One financially and player wise, and they were gaps that you can bridge and get away with.

“This bridge now is enormous, ridiculous, one of the most lucrative leagues in the world, and we need to make sure that we are competitive and find a way to do that.

“It is going to take some working out but I’m really pleased with the attitude from the boys.

“As long as they stay positive like me we’re winners anyway.”