Wycombe manager Gareth Ainsworth believes his side need ‘more luck’ after Wycombe fell to another Championship defeat.

During the 2-0 away loss at Luton, Scott Kashket thought he had scored Wycombe’s equaliser and first goal as a Championship side in the 87th minute.

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However, after a lengthy discussion with his linesman, referee Graham Scott disallowed the goal which denied Kashket his first strike for the club in nearly a year.

And less than a minute later, Elliot Lee, a second-half substitute for the Hatters, sealed the win with a low finish past Ryan Allsop.

The defeat leaves Wycombe winless and goalless so far in the Championship this season.

On the disallowed goal, Ainsworth said: “I can’t call it. It looks level.

“I wouldn’t like to be a referee or a linesman.

"They’ve got a job to do and they’ve done their job.

“We don’t seem to be getting anything at the moment but hopefully that will turn.”

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Kashket's goal was 'scored' in the 87th minute (photo by Steven Paston/PA)

It has been a difficult start for the club this season, who have now lost their last four league games.

The last time this happened was during the 2018/19 season when Wycombe lost five in a row in March/April 2019, which was part of a dreadful run of 12 games without a win.

However, with an international break next week, Ainsworth believes the endless flow of fixtures in the autumn/winter months could benefit his team.

He said: “It has been a tough start, believe me.

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“I said, let me work the division out, I have worked the division out and I’m looking forward to getting into the next crux of games.

“It is going to be a hell of a schedule that other teams will not be used to, but we are, from Leagues One and Two.

“We will know what we will do.

“We got players to come back, I’m remaining positive, I can’t ask for any more effort, and as a manager that’s all I need.”

One finding that first goal and first point, he said: “We need a little bit more luck.

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“If Jack Grimmer’s shot goes in then that is a fantastic strike, Scotty Kashket’s one is ruled out for offside and I think we hit the post twice.

“The chances are there but they’re just not falling for us at the moment.

“But that isn’t going to keep me down and I’m really positive for the challenge ahead in the next game.”

Wycombe's next match is against Millwall on October 17 at Adams Park.