Wycombe manager Gareth Ainsworth believes his side ‘gave Swansea too much respect’, in their 2-0 home loss against the Welsh side.

First-half goals from Andre Ayew and Jamal Lowe saw Steve Cooper’s men win at Adams Park for the first time since 2004, with Wycombe not becoming a threat until the second-half.

The away side controlled large parts of the match and were hugely comfortable throughout, but there were several spells during the second period which saw Ainsworth’s men catch the Swans on the back foot and cause a few problems.

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These attacking bursts were mainly through Fred Onyedinma, but it was to no avail as Swansea held on to keep their unbeaten start of the season intact.

Speaking after the loss, Ainsworth said: “We definitely deserved something from the second-half, we shaded them which I’m really pleased about.

“It took us until half-time for us to sort that out and also, we came up with a shape that made them change the way they played, but they then changed, and they did it really well.

“We have got to learn from that and solve problems – the touches, the passes, the ball retention are very important.

“I spoke about it during the week and I thought we did that a lot better, especially in the second-half.

“We almost gave Swansea a bit too much respect.

"In a way, we waited for Swansea to score and then go, ‘that’s happened now, let’s get on with it’.

“You’ve got to get in their faces and take the onus yourself but I was proud of them in the second-half.

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“I said to them, if you take that to Luton and take that into training, we will start to build and start to find our feet in this league.

“The changes worked well, the back four defended really well in the second-half.”

The Chairboys' next home outing is against Millwall on October 17 - one week after the international break.