Joe Jacobson was honest about Wanderers' poor first half showing as their League Two wobbles continued against Morecambe.

The defeat at the Globe Arena left Wycombe without a win in five league games and Jacobson admitted that the first 45 minutes simply wasn't good enough.

The Blues left-back said: "The first half we didn't deserve anything and we held our hands up at half-time and wanted to give a reaction.

"We huffed and puffed and at times lacked a bit of quality. In the last 10-15 minutes we got in behind them more and got some good chances.

"Even though we probably didn't deserve anything out of the game, I thought we were going to nick a point but it wasn't to be but on the first half performance I don't think we deserved too much.

"I am not sure why were poor in the first half. Things just happen and there was no real answer for it.

"Sometimes you can carry a couple of players if they are underperforming but it went for most of us in this game."

Adebayo Akinfenwa grabbed his 10th goal of the campaign already against the Shrimpers and Jacobson hailed the impact he is having but added he needs support.

He commented: "He is such a weapon but we can't rely on him to score two or three goals every game.

"We have been chipping in to help him but he has been unbelievable for us.

"You hear opposition managers speak about him every week and it doesn't matter what plans they have, you can't stop him. If the ball is there you know he is going to stick his head and there is no-one better at what he does.

"He is a massive asset and we will continue to use him."