Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth has admitted that he was ‘happy’ with his side’s performance against Wigan Athletic, as they drew 1-1 on Tuesday night.

After Callum Lang gave the Latics the lead on 47 minutes with a fine finish, Anthony Stewart scored an injury-time header to rescue Wanderers a point.

It was Wanderers' first point against Wigan since February 2002, and although the draw ended the club's 100 per cent winning start to the league season, and halted their four-match winning run which dates back to May this year, the Chairboys are now unbeaten in six matches in all competitions.

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Speaking after the match at the DW Stadium, Ainsworth said: “It’s a good point against a good side.

“They had the better chances in the first-half, but we limited them in the second-half.

“Away from home, seven points from nine, a battling performance, I’m happy.

“I have to credit Richard Dobson; he mentioned our change of shape at half-time and it worked.

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“Curtis Thompson stopped Will Keane’s influence really well.

“That allowed Josh Scowen to go forward.

“We want to be dominant but sometimes we have to adapt and take what we can.”

Up next is a home match against Lincoln City on August 21.

It will kick-off at 3pm.