Wycombe Wanderers kept up their impressive recent home record with a solid 1-0 win over a resurgent Chesterfield at Adams Park.

Luke O'Nien scored the only goal with an absolute cracker on 54 minutes, unleashing a left-footed rocket from the right hand side of the box which gave Cameron Dawson no chance.

The Blues were the better side for the majority of the game and deserved the three points against an organised, but limited, Chesterfield.

Wanderers made a fast start as a couple of early crosses were only partially cleared and Craig Mackail-Smith cracked a shot from the edge of the area on two minutes which was held comfortably by Dawson.

Chesterfield enjoyed some good possession early on as they looked intent on playing it out of the back.

However, Wycombe were the more threatening and after Ebere Eze let fly with a blocked shot on 13 minutes, the ball fell to Sam Saunders 30 yards out but his shot was calmly gathered by Dawson.

Dawson made an incredible save from Mackail-Smith on 25 minutes from 10 yards, palming away a rocket shot with superb agility after Adebayo Akinfenwa caused havoc for the Chesterfield defence.

Once again, Akinfenwa was causing panic for the Spireites defenders, holding up the ball expertly for Nathan Tyson who lashed over on 30 minutes.

Sam Saunders came so close to breaking the deadlock on 44 minutes, crashing a wonderful free kick against the post from 25 yards with Dawson beaten all ends up.

The Chairboys came out flying in the second half and Eze had a shot from 20 yards off target on 47 minutes after good pressure from Wanderers.

Chesterfield had half a chance on 50 minutes when Scott Wiseman burst down the right but his fierce cross was palmed away expertly by Scott Brown.

O'Nien then scored his wonder strike which rattled the Spireites and saw Wanderers create a few more chances.

The game started to open slightly with Chesterfield having to throw a bit more caution to the wind.

Akinfenwa tested Dawson on 65 minutes when he wriggled past Ian Evatt after bringing the ball down superbly but saw his curled effort well held by the Spireites custodian.

Eze came close on 69 minutes when his strike whistled just wide after more excellent hold-up play from Akinfenwa.

Chesterfield hadn’t threatened too much after O’Nien’s goal but a decent counter attack with 15 minutes to go led to Joe Rowley blazing over when well placed.

Jack Lester's side were struggling to break down a Wanderers side, led expertly by Adam El-Abd but Connor Dimaio came close on 86 minutes when his free kick drifted just wide.

The visitors were piling it on in injury time but Wanderers held firm to seal an excellent victory and move to fourth in League Two.

WYCOMBE WANDERERS: Brown, Jombati, Stewart, El-Abd, Jacobson, O’Nien, Saunders, Eze (sub: Bloomfield, 85), Tyson (sub: Cowan-Hall, 73), Akinfenwa, Mackail-Smith *sub: Southwell, 90). Subs: Ma-Kalambay, Scarr, Gape, Bloomfield, Freeman.

CHESTERFIELD: Dawson, Binnom-Williams, Hird, Wiseman, Evatt, Dennis (sub: German, 80), Rowley, Kellett (sub: O’Grady, 70), Reed, McCourt, Weir (sub: Dimaio, 85). Subs: Parkin, Mitchell, Dimaio, De Girolamo, Brownell, German.

REFEREE: Nicholas Kinseley