Wycombe Wanderers boss Gareth Ainsworth was ecstatic at his side's 3-2 victory over league leaders Luton Town but warned there are plenty of obstacles in the way as Wycombe challenge for promotion.

The Blues moved into second with a brilliant performance at Kenilworth Road, highlighted by Nathan Tyson's brace and a great strike by Paris Cowan-Hall.

With four league wins from four in January, Ainsworth is also hot favourite to pick up the coveted League Two manager of the month award but he is not getting too far ahead of himself.

He said: "Nothing has been achieved yet. It is one game but it is nice to come to the league leaders.

"They were possibly looking at the fact they could pull away from fourth place and we can get into second place if we can win.

"I said to the boys before the game to go out there and be potentially what you are because the boys believe this year.

"They don't want to be underdogs but with Luton, we are a million miles away resource wise and they need to get out of this league and they will.

"I would put money on Luton getting promoted this season without a shadow of a doubt and that is what makes it even more special to come here with the resources we have and win.

"It is a nice result. Nathan Jones is a good manager. He was very passionate at our place when they beat us and that was a compliment and I said to the boys that people respect you and to go out and prove it."

There were a whole host of incredible performances across the park, including that of Tyson, Scott Brown, Dominic Gape and Adam El-Abd and Ainsworth praised his heroes for their brilliance as well as the supporters, who made their presence felt.

He added: "The boys were awesome and if I could name all the fans, I would because they played a huge part and thanks so much to them.

"We have had our moments but they have stuck with us and I am so proud to be your manager.

"I am so, so proud to see the scenes at the end with the players and they deserve it.

"I won't name individuals as it was a true Wycombe performance but Browny did pull off some cracking saves when we needed him to and the plan was put in place and executed nicely."

Tyson's double made it three in two games for the 35-year-old and Ainsworth had a gut instinct to put the former Reading man in the starting line-up.

"Tys was on fire in training this week and I had a feeling he would score. Bloomfield said in the hotel before the game that he wasn't 100 per cent so I changed it up and put Paris at the tip of the diamond where Blooms was going to be and put Nathan up front," said Ainsworth.

"Not many teams come here and win and we will make sure we work really hard on the training ground and keep adding to that points tally."