Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth has stated that his side ‘need to be properly on it’, as they prepare for Bolton this Saturday.

The meeting between the two sides is the last of four straight home matches for the Chairboys, but Wanderers have lost their last four fixtures at Adams Park, without scoring in the previous three.

Ainsworth's side are also on a run of six games without a win.

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But he hopes that a positive performance and a win are due soon.

He said: “Bolton are a very good side.

“They are very expansive and Ian Evatt has got them playing in a good way and we need to make sure that we are on it, and we need to be properly on it, because we don’t want to keep losing games.

“But, you know what? How many it takes, I believe we’ll be at the top end of League One at the end of the season.

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“Don’t judge the boys on tonight [Hartlepool], judge them after 46 games in the league and I think we will be happy at the end of that.”

The match will kick off at 3pm.