Wycombe Wanderers boss Gareth Ainsworth has no worries that the break for the Chairboys next week could impact their recent good run.

The Adams Park outfit were due to take on Fleetwood Town but the fixture against the Cod Army was brought forward.

This was due to the North West side revealing that several of their players might receive international call-ups.

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The match was moved 11 days early which was saw Jason McCarthy score a last-minute winner to seal the points for Wycombe.

But with no game next week, Ainsworth is confident that their five-game unbeaten run should extend come the start of April.

When asked if he was worried regarding the break, he said: “Not at all.

“We will work this in the right way.

“I have got sport scientists and medical staff that will make sure that this break is done the right way.

“We’ve got a history of finishing strong so when we do come back, we try and get into the top six.

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“I’ve got every faith in the boys.”

“I’m looking forward to a couple of days off as it has been really intense and thank you to the fans that travelled today, as you were absolutely fantastic.

“You out sang Portsmouth at times which rarely happens but that tells you how this Wycombe side are turning heads.”

Wycombe’s final match of the month is against Ascot United on March 22 in the Berks and Bucks Cup semi-final.