Despite there only being seven Championship matches remaining, Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth insists that his team are still learning about the division.

The Chairboys are now eight points away from safety and play relegation rivals Rotherham United on Easter Monday.

They travel up to Yorkshire after they defeated Blackburn Rovers 1-0 at Adams Park on Good Friday, with Fred Onyedinma scoring the winner.

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Speaking after the victory over his boyhood side, Ainsworth also revealed that pressure hasn’t been an issue at the club following their promotion to the second-tier last summer.

He said: “There has never been any pressure on us and there was no pressure on us last season when we were tipped to be relegated.

Wycombe were the better team on the day (Prime Media)

Wycombe were the better team on the day (Prime Media)

“We are what we are and this club is punching so far above its weight it’s ridiculous.

“But, I know that Rob, Pete and Missy Couhig have come in and they’re increasing that weight Wycombe have got.

“This will allow us to start competing at levels that people never dreamed out and I pleased to be a part of that.

“People won’t want to come here, believe me.”

Wycombe’s chances of staying in the Championship still look slim after the win over Rovers on Friday.

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And with matches against play-off hopefuls in Cardiff and Swansea coming up, as well as matches against Luton, Bournemouth and Middlesbrough in the coming weeks, Wycombe’s survival quest is certainly a high mountain to climb, despite the morale-boosting win against Blackburn.

But Ainsworth still believes that relegation to League One can be avoided this season.

He continued: “Lots of teams have come here this season and have left with not an easy result.

Freds winning moment (Prime Media)

Fred's winning moment (Prime Media)

“We’re learning about this division and whatever happens at the end of the season, we will have a degree in the Championship, and I am looking forward to putting those lessons in place.”

“Anis Mehmeti was brilliant again, Uche is unplayable at times and I have got internationals on the bench like Daryl Horgan.

“David Stockdale is definitely earning his money at the moment and he made a really big save on about 80 minutes which was brilliant.

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“So we have got the firepower and it is just the case of bringing it to the party.

“We have learnt so many lessons and we are not a team that will blame anything else.

“We will look at ourselves before anyone else.

“Yes, we have had some poor decisions, but we will look past that see how we can improve.”