Wycombe manager Gareth Ainsworth believes the club should ‘celebrate’ every point that they achieve in the Championship.

This comes after the Chairboys secured their 10th point of the season following a 1-1 draw away at Derby County, which means the club are now unbeaten in seven matches.

Every point they have gained so far this season have been against teams who have once played Premier League football, excluding Brentford.

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However, the West London-side were just one game away from being in the top tier, but lost to Fulham in the Championship play-off final in the summer.

Ainsworth said: “This is an amazing stadium and an amazing football club.

“We celebrated a point up at Sunderland two years ago like it was the best thing ever, so I am not going to take a point away from Derby County lightly although they are bottom of the league and are down there with us.

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“We need to pick up as many points and celebrate everyone because it is a long season, and I am sure we’ll do enough to stay in this league.”