Wycombe Wanderers manager Matt Bloomfield told the Bucks Free Press about his pride and pleasure following his side’s “battling” performance in Saturday’s away win at Cheltenham Town.

The Chairboys won in the league for the first time since New Year's Day, to give themselves breathing
space from the teams below them.

He said: "It was a good away performance; I was pleased with our shape and the way the boys battled.

“We knew Cheltenham would throw balls into our box, I was pleased with the endeavour and application the boys played with"

Wycombe waltzed into a 0-3 lead before the hosts looked to have found a route back into the contest, but failed to mount a comeback.

"The Robins started the game well, but Wycombe weathered the storm and two quick-fire goals before the half hour mark put the visitors in control of proceedings.

“For the boys to play with that energy and quality today I'm so pleased for the players because
they're just a top group.”

The win was only Wycombe’s second since the start of October, but there’s plenty to be optimistic
about following a positive January transfer window and an EFL Trophy semifinal to look forward to.