Wycombe Wanderers boss Gareth Ainsworth has shared his thoughts after the Chairboys smashed top of the table Plymouth Argyle 3-0 on Tuesday night.

Second half goals from Sam Vokes and a double from Anis Mehmeti earned Wanderers their 11th league win of the season, which has propelled them into the top two of the League One standings.

It also means Wycombe have only lost two of their last 11 games against the Green Army, whilst being unbeaten in their last eight matches at Home Park.

The loss for Plymouth was also their first of the league season.

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Speaking after the match, Ainsworth said: “I’m absolutely delighted.

“I can’t speak highly enough of the boys.

“We were watching Plymouth on the bus down here and we put a plan in place.

“The boys absolutely nailed it.

“They never stopped pressing and scored three fantastic goals.

“I was so proud to see our subs cheering the boys on at the end.

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"We’ve got unbelievable character.

"We trust our players.

“Look at Olly Pendlebury and Anis Mehmeti and how they played.

“It’s hard not to get carried away when you come to the top of the league and win.

“I know I’m the villain and get a lot of stick here.

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“It’s a fantastic club and stadium and that’s why any win here is special.

“We’re a good side too and if anyone thought we’d come off the rails, take a look at us tonight.”

Up next is an away trip at Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday.