Gareth Ainsworth is expecting another tough battle this weekend, as Swansea City visit Adams Park on Saturday.

The Chairboys have lost both league games so far this season and are yet to score a goal, whilst the Swans have picked up four points from their first two matches this campaign, and are currently sixth.

But Ainsworth is confident of turning things around.

He said: “This is a fantastic team, Swansea.

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“Steve Cooper is a great manager and got them to the play-offs last year.

“We’ve looked at them again and have just got to be at our best on Saturday.

“We have to keep the ball better.

"The turnover of balls in League One and League Two is much more and the transitions occur much more because Championship teams keep the ball better.

“It’s not a shock because we’ve seen it on TV, we know how it works, but as long as the boys give everything that’s all that matters to me.

“If they come off the pitch saying, ‘Gaffer, I’ve given everything, I’ve done everything I possibly could, I minimised my mistakes’ then what more can I do?

“If the gap is too big to bridge then it’s too big to bridge, but I don’t think it is."

And with the transfer window shutting in a couple of weeks, Ainsworth is hoping to bring in some more firepower, but is insistent that he has more than enough in the squad when everyone is fully fit.

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So far this summer, Wycombe have signed seven players, and are still waiting for the likes of Adebayo Akinfenwa and Curtis Thompson to return from injury.

He continued: "The window is going to be key, but for the window to be key you need big finances and that’s how it always is.

“There’s not going to be a major amount of players coming in because we can’t afford them.

“Daryl Horgan is a good player, he’s had Championship experience before which is fantastic, he is getting used to the way we are and the players who play around him.

“Ryan Taffazolli, again has Championship experience, so again really pleased and looking forward to them playing and seeing what they can do against these fantastic sides.

“Uche Ikpeazu has come in and will definitely make an impact, but because he hasn’t played since March, he’s still getting up to speed.

“The Scottish Premier League cancelled quite early, he had no pre-season, and Uche was in a bit of a limbo.

“I’m not sure he knew if he was wanted up there and so because he’s had to get up to speed quickly, he’s picked up one or two issues.

“We’re close to getting him back, hopefully for Saturday, but again another player I think will make a big impact.

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“Akinfenwa is still out, Curtis Thompson, Dominic Gape all big names for us who got us promoted and we need to make sure we have a fully fit squad to be competitive in this league.”

The match against the Swans has been picked for Sky Sports coverage, and will kick-off at 12.30pm.