Following Wycombe Wanderers’ home victory against Charlton Athletic on April 27, here is what both managers had to say.

A Luke Leahy penalty in the seventh minute secured a 1-0 win for the Chairboys on the season’s final day, as the Adams Park side ended the campaign in 10th place – their fifth-highest finish since forming in 1887.

The game was the final time Wanderers fans saw Joe Jacobson, who played his 400th game for the club, along with Dale Taylor and Nigel Lonwijk in a Wycombe shirt, whilst Freddie Potts and Gideon Kodua will also depart Adams Park this summer.

Jacobson leaves after 10 years of service, whilst the other four are on loan from Premier League sides.

Here are Matt Bloomfield’s thoughts:

On the performance

“I’m very pleased with the performance from the players even though there wasn’t much to play for.

“Their levels were fantastic and the attacking play was brilliant, along with the defending which is the cornerstone of any decent team.

“A very good day.

“We came out the blocks as I wanted to start fast, as Charlton were unbeaten in 14 games.

“We were very good both in attack and in the back, so we’re pleased with the way we’ve ended the season.”

On the season

“We wanted to evolve this season and change, but we knew it was going to be hard.

“It has been clunky at times but it was good to see how we’ve finished the campaign.

“This is one of the highest finishes for our club’s history so we need to be proud of that.

“There were some depths where we had to test ourselves, so to show that resilience throughout the year, to get to a Wembley final but lose in the final minute due to a miss hit cross was tough, but we learnt a lot and we’ll continue to learn.”

On Jacobson’s departure

“We are in the top six if the season started in January and this is pleasing for me.

“What JJ has done for this club over the last 10 years has been nothing short of exceptional.

“He has contributed to a lot of our recent success – it was just a shame he couldn’t score from a corner!”

Here’s what Nathan Jones had to say: "It was a poor performance today.

“Initially, we played OK but old habits came back and when they had their first attack, we dived in as we were lazy with our defending.

“We gave them the start and once they go ahead, they’re very hard to break down.

“They slow the game down and do that really well as they’re good at what they do.

“That’s not a criticism of Wycombe, it's just what happens.

“We needed to generate flow but we didn’t have that quality in the final third.

“Other than hitting the bar in the second half, we didn’t show enough and we didn’t have an end product.

“They had more nouse than us and it showed.”