Wycombe manager Gareth Ainsworth has revealed the squad depth of his side is something that he is ‘proud of’.

The boss was speaking after the 2-1 victory over Shrewsbury on Tuesday night, which saw him make three changes from the defeat against MK Dons on Saturday, September 25.

Jordan Obita, Garath McCleary and Daryl Horgan were dropped in favour of Jason McCarthy, Brandon Hanlan and Sully Kaikai, with the latter playing a huge role in setting up both of Wycombe’s goals.

The strikes were scored by Joe Jacobson and Ryan Tafazolli.

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Ainsworth said: “The depth of the squad is something that I am really proud of.

“I am thankful towards the Couhigs who have let me bring these players in because if you look at our bench…Daryl Horgan is an international, Garath McCleary is an international, Anis Mehmeti is an international at U21 level, along with the likes of David Wheeler, Adam Pryzbek, Jordan Obita and Bayo.

This is a top bench and we’ve also got the likes of Dominic Gape to include in that as well.

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“We’ve got this depth which will allow us to rotate.

“We brought Kaikai and Hanlan in place of Horgan and McCleary, and these were big decisions to make as they have been on fire and back home, there could be more rotations.

“I’m just proud and grateful that I was able to do what I did in the transfer market and get this strength in and it’s brilliant."

The win was their 12 against Shrewsbury in 25 matches, with the Salops only winning three of those fixtures.