Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth has revealed that there is no ‘pressure’ for the club this season.

The Chairboys are hoping to get promoted back to the Championship at the first attempt following their relegation from the second tier in May.

Despite having one of the lowest budgets in the league, Wanderers are fourth in League One and their victory over Bolton on Saturday ended a run of four straight home defeats.

It was also their first victory in seven matches.

However, he did also reveal that despite the lack of pressure, the club’s new owners do expect Wycombe to try and get into the play-off places at the very least for this season.

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Ainsworth said: “I spoke to Rob Couhig in the week and his backing is just awesome.

“He allows me to get on with what I want to do without any pressure.

“I’m not saying he doesn’t demand from me, of course he does as he has put money into this club, but he’s great as he can calm my nerves sometimes, and that allows me to pick the right formation and the right team.

“We have a bit more money than we usually have, of course, we’ve been backed, but we are still way down in the spending stakes in this league.

“The chairman said he wants the top six and I want to deliver that for him.

“Historically, I don’t need the top budgets to achieve, and I never will, but he has given me a competitive budget to sign players.

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“We signed a young Iraqi international before the game today [Saturday], and it builds that pyramid to get to the top where results count and the win [against Bolton] really counted.

“It looks now like a tiny, sticky run, and when you’re in the centre of the whirlwind, it’s five without a win, and it’s a case of where has that come from and what do we need to do?

“The Burton game was the academy boys but it counts and the Hartlepool game in the FA Cup, which we’re never going to win, but, we did of course get to the semi-finals once, counts as part of the bad run they were on.

“But in the league, it was just Ipswich and Portsmouth and I think they will be near the top of the league, so it was really important to get the win today [Saturday].”