Wycombe Wanderers manager Matt Bloomfield has reflected on his side’s 0-0 home draw against Cambridge United.

The Chairboys bossed the ball but were left frustrated after four of their 12 shots on goal hit the target.

Additionally, whilst it’s no wins in four, the Adams Park team dominated play but lacked that cutting edge up top.

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This means that the club have picked up three points from the last 12 available.

However, a first clean sheet in six league outings pleased Bloomfield, who was content with a point.

He said: “We’ve got a few injuries and have had a few injuries so we had to shuffle the pack for today [October 31].

“I thought we started off fast and I’m pleased with the way we had the ball, the tempo and the way we passed it around.

“We probed and tried to find that opportunity but Cambridge defended well.

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“Apart from that one really good save from Max, I thought we were pushing for the winner and I thought we played well.

“We had lots of nearly moments where he got into the final third but we didn’t have that final touch to finish it off.

“So we’re slightly frustrated with that but their keeper made a couple of good saves, Garath McCleary nearly went close as did Luke Leahy and David Wheeler.

“We’ll look to work on that.”

On the defensive unit, which saw Luke Leahy play at left-back and Ryan Tafazolli come in for his first league start since August, Bloomfield added: “We only had one day’s training working on a new shape and I thought the boys did well.

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“Taff did really well as he’s been missing for a while with his injury and hasn’t been in the team in recent weeks.

“Richard Keogh also did well along with Jasper and Luke on the flanks too.”

Up next is Bradford City in the FA Cup on November 4.