Despite not scoring in five of their seven matches this season in all competitions, Gareth Ainsworth believes his side will get the goals to help them stay in the Championship.

This comes after Wycombe lost 1-0 away to Reading on Tuesday night.

His Chairboys team sit 23rd in the league, without a single point to their names.

However he feels that the performance against the Royals is showing plenty of positives for the weeks ahead.

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Ainsworth said: “There’s one or two moments where you get punished in the Championship, you get a £10m striker against you like Lucas Joao on Tuesday, one lapse of concentration and he’s in and he takes his chance, you don’t get that in League One, you get that in the Championship but everyone has these momentary lapses, even in the Premier League, so we’ve got to make sure the key moments are in both boxes.

“We’ve struggled to score, there’s no hiding place for that- one in six is not good enough- we’ve had shots but they’ve been saved, speculative shots, we’ve not created as many chances like we did last year.

“We outdid Reading on Tuesday by some distance with shots but we haven’t hit the net and that’s key.

“We’re in a tough league, looking for clean sheets is going to be a tough ask but we have to go and score goals at the other end.

“But we’re super positive, the results have definitely been getting there.

“We are coming up against possibly the best team in the league on Saturday I think they are an outstanding football team with a great manager so this is going to be a real test.

“We’ve just taken the team sat top of the league all the way and I think people will say ‘how did Wycombe not get anything out of the game’ so that really gives me positive attitude going into the next games; Norwich, Watford, Sheffield Wednesday, Birmingham and Nottingham Forest what a run of games, it really is brilliant to be going into these games.

“We need to start getting goals on the board, that’s key for us now.”

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Speaking ahead of the tough visit to Carrow Road to face recently relegated Norwich City, Ainsworth issued a heartfelt battle cry to his Wanderers players:

“Just keep performing boys, keep going the way you are and we’ll be just fine.”

Despite just one goal scored in six matches and not a single point to their name, the 47 year-old is still full of confidence.

“I have total belief that this team will stay in this league.”

Wycombe have only scored two goals in all competitions this season.