Wycombe Wanderers manager has shared his thoughts on his side’s dramatic late win over Crewe Alexandra.

The Chairboys defeated one of the league's basement teams 2-1 at Adams Park with Ryan Tafazolli scoring a brace, which included a 96th minute flick that flew over a scrambling Will Jaaskelainen.

This now means the centre back has scored four goals in his last six matches for the Chairboys, and it is the second time this month that Wanderers have left it late to win all three points.

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The last match this happened in was the 4-3 thriller against Morecambe on October 2, which Tafazolli scored in.

Speaking after the match, Ainsworth said: “Don’t leave early!

“I said it after Morecambe, and I hope everyone heeded my warning.

“I am not going to dismiss Crewe as they had chances and David Stockdale made a brilliant save in the first-half, and he almost kept their goal out, but, you have got to credit Crewe.

“They defended well and really broke the game up in the second half.”

On his players, he added: “I was really proud of them, and what I am really pleased with is the composure the boys had around the box.

“It wasn’t ‘get your shot off at all costs because we need to score’, it was ‘let’s work this, let’s take that extra pass at times’ and Dobbo has worked hard on that in training, and it has been something we have been trying to improve with the players that we brought in over the last couple of seasons.

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“The players we have got I think are capable of doing this, and the set up for the goal was very composed.

“Everyone might say it’s ‘typical Wycombe’ with long throws and set pieces when we get the ball forward, and you can keep thinking that, but, that’s your downfall.

“We play some really good stuff and how we didn’t add to our tally is a mystery.”

The win means Wycombe are now back into top two of the League One table – joint top with Plymouth Argyle on 30 points.

Argyle have got a superior goal difference to the Chairboys as they have scored four more goals to Gareth Ainsworth’s men, but have conceded the same amount of strikes.

Wanderers are also two points clear of former Premier League teams in Wigan and Sunderland, but both sides have a game in hand over Wycombe.

It is also important to note that Ainsworth’s men also have a game in hand over Plymouth.

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The manager continued: “How we haven’t scored more means you have got to give the Crewe defence credit, and it was one of those moments near the end there when you hadn’t been at your maximum, we weren’t as brilliant as we had been, but we still get the win, are positive signs for a side that want to achieve this year.”

Up next for Wycombe is Fleetwood Town away on October 30.