Wycombe Wanderers boss Gareth Ainsworth has explained he is feeling no pressure at all with his Blues side without a win in five league games.

Despite this, the Chairboys are currently sitting pretty in the playoff zone, just three points off automatic promotion and Ainsworth commented that the team have been dealt a bit of bad luck in their run recently.

He said: “I don’t feel pressure. I know that I work really hard, we work really hard as a team.

“There have been a couple of things that have gone against us the last five games. 

“The penalty rescinded at Carlisle and the foul at the end of the Cheltenham game. These are knife-edge moments where we are looking at two wins out of five rather than three draws and two defeats and that change is huge.

“I don’t feel the pressure. I know we are doing everything right and the performances have been there. We have had one bad half at Morecambe which I definitely accept and we aim to put that right against Crawley.

“On the whole, I have great backing from the boys, the board and the fans and we are working really hard and what I have player-wise is good enough to win each and every game this season without a doubt.

“It is the consistency I want to keep high and that is going to be important.

“You talk about pressure. I have been to Torquay facing relegation out of the league during the last game of the season. That’s real pressure and not this mini wobble we are in at the moment.”

Wycombe face Crawley this weekend at Adams Park, beginning a run of three games in seven days (kick off 3pm).