Wycombe Wanderers manager Matt Bloomfield has described his side’s 2-0 home loss against Morecambe in the FA Cup as ‘lacklustre’ and ‘lethargic.’

Goals from Eli King and Tom Bloxham either side of half-time succumbed the Chairboys to their sixth loss in 13 matches at Adams Park this season.

It was also the third consecutive year that the club have been eliminated from the world’s oldest football competition by a League Two side at home without scoring.

The loss also means Wanderers have won just one of their last seven FA Cup fixtures at Adams Park.

This was in the 4-1 victory against Preston North End in January 2021.

Bloomfield told the press at full-time: “My thoughts are one of disappointment at both at the performance and the result.

"It wasn't good enough and we need to do better.

“There wasn’t enough energy, intensity in our play, personality in the way we wanted to do things and pressing.

“The main thing was that the energy and intensity of the play were missing which made us look lacklustre, lethargic and the first and main thing you’d expect from any team is to play with enthusiasm and we didn’t today.

“We dominated the game but had too many sideways and backwards passes.

“We had a lot of possession but that doesn’t win you games, goals do.

“We’re not sending a team out to keep the ball as that’s not what we’re trying to do.

“We want to play forward, we want to get in behind the opposition and have that energy.

“We asked for that today but it wasn’t to be.”

Up next for Wycombe is the Fulham U21s in the EFL Trophy on December 5 at home.

The fixture will kick-off at 7pm.