Wycombe Wanderers defender Jack Grimmer has shared his thoughts following his side’s 1-0 win over Charlton.

The New Year’s Day victory thanks to a solitary Sam Vokes strike, was the Chairboys’ first at the Valley in the league in their history, and it sends the Adams Park outfit to fourth in the League One table on 45 points.

It was also Wycombe’s first clean sheet since the 3-0 win away at Plymouth at the end of November.

Speaking after the game, Grimmer said: “It is a great way to start the year after the midweek game at Ipswich.

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“They have had that new manager bounce and I think a few of us had said it, but, we hadn’t a game for a little while.

“But today [January 1] blew the cobwebs out of our legs and we were back to battling, being hungry and showed a lot of desire which is us being back to our normal self.

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“We managed to win and keep a clean sheet which I don’t think we’ve managed to do as often as we as would have like this season.

“It was a tough second half as they have got a lot of good attacking players.

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“They really threw caution in the wind as they put Inniss up top and at times, it was a backs against the wall type job, but I think, since I’ve been here, is that we do those jobs well and you have to do that during a promotion push.

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“We’ll take it, we’ll move on, and we’ll look to a massive game next week.”

The Sunderland match is one of three home games for Wycombe in January.