Nov 3 2010 By Greg Burns
WYCOMBE have won five in a row on the road but boss Gary Waddock felt their victory at Gillingham was their best yet.
Wanderers inflicted the Gills' second home defeat of the season with a cut-throat display at the Priestfield Stadium thanks to goals from two of their elder-statesmen Gareth Ainsworth, 37, and Kevin Betsy, 32.
Waddock said: "I think it is the complete away performance. It is always difficult coming here but to get a win like we did tonight and a clean sheet it is fantastic.
"Bully came for crosses, made some saves, punched some clear, while the back four were solid, the midfield two competed, our wide players got the goals and our two front men linked up extremely well.
"We are disappointed with the home results we have got but, credit to the players, they have done it away from home.
The win moves Wanderers up to fifth in League Two and three points from an automatic promotion spot.
And Waddock said he is quite happy for his to be lurking behind the front-runners and going about their business under the radar.
"We are quite comfortable where we are at the moment," he said. "You don't achieve anything in the early part of November.
"It is a long, hard season and it is a busy period so it is nice to finish this fixture with a win because we have some cup games now."