Wycombe striker Scott Kashket believes the Chairboys are feeling ‘confident’, after winning their last two league matches.

Prior to their home match against Watford on October 27, Gareth Ainsworth's men had lost seven league games in a row, where they conceded 15 goals and scored just twice.

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However, starting with their home fixture against the Hornets at the end of October, Wycombe are now unbeaten in three games, where they have picked up seven points from their last nine available.

Their mini-unbeaten streak is their best run of league form since September to December 2019, when the Chairboys failed to lose in 12 consecutive games.

And with a visit to the City Ground this weekend to play Nottingham Forest, Kashket believes there is nothing stopping Wycombe from making it three wins from three.

Speaking after the win against Birmingham, Kashket said: “We have competed well with Norwich and Watford – two sides who are the favourites to go up.

“So I think now with any game in front of us, we’re going to feel confident that we can give anyone a game and that is what the boys will be thinking heading into Saturday.”

During the match at St Andrew’s, the hosts took the lead thanks to a Marc Roberts header in the 40th minute.

However, Kashket equalised with 15 minutes to go and in stoppage time, Fred Onyedinma’s header came off Kristian Pederson from Josh Knight’s cross to seal Wycombe’s first away win of the season, and their first victory against the Blues since 1994.

It was the first fixture between the two sides since August 2008, when Wycombe played Birmingham in a League Cup match at Adams Park, which the Chairboys lost 4-0.

Kashket continued: “Seeing that goal go in, celebrating, looking at the clock, was in the 90th minute, and the ref said there was just under two minutes left, and I thought ‘we’ve got to hold on here’.

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“It is about time that the luck turned with all the decisions that have gone against us – it just shows the strength of our squad.

“Even with everyone wanting us to lose and wish us bad things, our luck is starting to turn.”

On the match, Kashket said: “I felt very comfortable in the second half.

"I think we dictated the second-half completely.

“There were a lot of half-chances that could have led to something and from my position, it looked like Bayo was taken down [in the penalty box], but it doesn’t matter as we got the three points.”