After their impressive win against Preston North End in the FA Cup, Wycombe manager Gareth Ainsworth has revealed he would prefer a home tie in the next round.

First-half goals from Fred Onyedinma, Joe Jacobson, and Josh Knight gave the Chairboys a commanding lead before a Ryan Allsop foul on Emil Riis gave PNE a penalty just before half-time, which the latter scored.

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But an Alex Samuel strike with 10 minutes remaining put Wanderers in the fourth round of the competition for the first time in four seasons.

And with many big names still in the hat, the gaffer didn’t want to name a club who he would like to face, but he made no secrets on where he wants the match to be played.

He said: “Due to the situation with the fans, it would be nice to get a game at home because 70,000 fans at Old Trafford won’t happen even though it would be awesome.

“Anyone at home will be nice.”

On the match, the thrashing against Preston was made difficult when a thick fog surrounded Adams Park during the second-half, which made the second 45 minutes of the contest a somewhat lacklustre affair.

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He continued said: “I couldn’t see the linesman’s flag at one stage when the ball went of play, and I actually played in a game which was called off due to fog but it was a lot worse than this.

“I was confident we were going to see it out and I just really pleased with the performance."

Finally, the boss praised PNE's manager Alex Neil.

The Scotsman has been in charge of the club since 2017, and was manager of Norwich City when he got them promoted to the Premier League in 2015.

On Neil, he added: “Preston are a great outfit with a superb manager and three years ago, they tore us to pieces with Daryl Horgan being a part of their team.

“I think we have shown just how far we have come, and I am so proud because Alex Neil puts great teams together and he is a good manager.

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“He has managed at the top level and I have a lot of respect for him.”

Wycombe will be ball number 18 in Monday’s draw.