Wycombe Wanderers Matt Bloomfield has reflected on his side’s 2-1 victory over Cambridge United on April 18.

The midweek win over Mark Bonner’s side saw Ryan Tafazolli and David Wheeler score their second and seventh strikes of the season respectively in the first-half, before Sam Smith pulled a goal back for the hosts.

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The three points were much needed after a 1-0 loss against Morecambe on Saturday, and with Sam Vokes and Garath McCleary returning to the side, Bloomfield hopes Wycombe can puh on for the final three games of the season.

He said: “We were very good in the first-half as I thought we were comfortable, even though we gave away a couple of chances.

"I was pleased with the fact that we stuck with the game plan, and even though they scored early in the second-half, the pressure was always going to be there and of course, it was always going to be a hard match for us."

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“In the second-half, we broke away several times and we could have been a bit more clinical.

“We created enough chances from open play in recent weeks but we haven’t taken those chances, most notably in the defeat on Saturday.

“I want us to have freedom in the final third and I want the players to express themselves with the quality that they have.

"We have got very talented individuals at this club and I want them to enjoy their football.

“Mark [Bonner], has got his boys well drilled as they got 10 points from their last 12, and we could see why.

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“They were good at set pieces, the way they went forward, defended, and put the pressure on us.

“So we are very pleased to come away with the three points.”