Wycombe’s assistant manager Richard Dobson has stated that the club’s first-ever victory in the Championship was the product of his side being ‘angry’.

The Chairboys defeated Sheffield Wednesday on October 31 1-0, with David Wheeler scoring the winner in the third minute of injury-time at the end of the first-half.

The victory keeps Wycombe in 23rd position, but they are now only two points off getting out of the bottom three.

This ends a run of nine league games without a win [excluding the play-off matches], as Wycombe's last league win was against Tranmere Rovers on February 22 at Adams Park, when the Chairboys won 3-1.

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Speaking after the historic win, Dobson said: “Sheffield Wednesday threw caution into the wind at one point, leaving one at the back and throwing nine forward, but I thought we defended outstandingly and Anthony Stewart and Josh Knight were terrific.

“Jack Grimmer and Joe Jacobson were brilliant at the back too, but there was a lot of pressure on the boys in front of them to stop or reduce the amount of crosses that Wednesday put into the box.

“In the end, Ryan Allsop made one save near the end, but other than that, he wasn’t really troubled.”

The win came three days after the Chairboys picked up their first point in the league following the 1-1 draw against Watford.

And with the club now unbeaten in two matches, Dobson hopes that this will be the start of a good run to help Wycombe get more points on the board, and to move out of the relegation zone.

Up next for Wycombe are away trips to Birmingham City and Nottingham Forest before the international break on November 14.

He continued: “We built on Tuesday night’s game against Watford.

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“We were very unfortunate against Reading and Norwich to not pick anything up, but we’re growing as a team, as a staff and we’re excited about this challenge of being in the Championship.

“We’re starting to prove that we deserve to be here.

“We took Watford all the way the other night, Norwich as well who were very fortunate to beat us on the day, so I think we’re growing as a club and we’re going in the right direction.

Prior to the games against Watford and Wednesday, Wycombe narrowly lost to Reading, Norwich and Millwall, all by a single goal.

He added: “The boys were angry and they wanted to put things right.

“We have had a lot of big game-changing decisions go against us, which has added fuel to the fire as the boys believe it is unjust.

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“Some of these big decisions have been tough to take but it has added to the spirit, as the boys believe they should be on six, seven, eight, points.

“But we are now up and running as we have got four points on the board.”