Wycombe’s assistant manager Richard Dobson believes there were ‘a lot of positives’, in his side’s 2-0 away defeat to Nottingham Forest.

A brace from Lyle Taylor, with a goal in each half, ended the Chairboys’ three-game unbeaten run, which keeps them in the relegation zone with seven points gained from their first 11 matches this season.

However, with an international break coming up and with players to return from injury, Dobson believes things will get better for Wycombe.

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Speaking to the club after the match, he said: “There are a lot of positives despite the result.

"Forest scored their goals when we were in the ascendancy, but we gave a good account of ourselves for large parts of the game.

“Forest are in a false position at the minute and will be right up there by the end of the season.

“They’ve got a fantastic manager and players and we’ve run them close for much of the game.”

Up next for Wycombe is a home match against Brentford on November 21.

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It will be the second time this season that the Chairboys will play the Bees, following their EFL Cup battle back in September.

The West London side won the game on penalties after a 1-1 draw, and it was Brentford’s first competitive game at their new stadium.

They left their old ground, Griffin Park, in the summer.