Chairboys boss Gareth Ainsworth said he was ‘disappointed’ at the goals Wycombe conceded in their 2-0 defeat at Luton Town.

Second-half goals from Pelly-Ruddock Mpanzu and substitute Elliot Lee condemned the Adams Park outfit to their fourth straight Championship defeat.

These means Wycombe are winless in the five games they have played so far this season in all competitions, where they have conceded 11 goals and have scored just the once.

That goal was against Brentford in the EFL Cup defeat back in September.

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And if it wasn’t for Sheffield Wednesday’s points deduction, Wycombe would be rooted to the bottom of the Championship table, joining Nottingham Forest on zero points.

Speaking after the defeat at Kenilworth Road, Ainsworth said: “We hit the post twice and we’ve put one in but it was judged to have been offside which looks very close.

"But I am disappointed with the two goals we conceded.

“One [goal] is a worldie strike and the other was really poorly defended by us.

“We’re here, this is Championship level, and I’ll keep saying it, you can’t make mistakes at this level.

“We’re missing a few big players like Dominic Gape, Akinfenwa, Ryan Tafazolli and if you look at that, that is the spine of the team which is missing.

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“But I’m positive as always as I can’t ask for any more effort from the boys and we almost broke our duck with the scoring, but we will have to wait.

“We have got an international break coming up which will help us, the window is still open, and I’m looking forward to seeing what we can do against Millwall in two weeks time.”