Sep 14 2012 By Greg Burns
GARY Waddock insists Wycombe's recent poor record at Chesterfield will count for nothing on Saturday.
Wanderers have lost their last two trip to the Spirerites shipping four goals in both defeats.
Chesterfield were relegated alongside Wycombe from League One last season and sacked boss John Sheridan, a former Ireland team-mate of Waddock's, after just four games this year.
Assistant Tommy Wright has taken over the reigns for now and has overseen two league draws and a JPT trophy victory.
“They have had change with John going,” said Waddock. “I went up to see them last week against Oldham (in the JPT) and they are a good outfit.
“They are adjusting to League Two, similar to ourselves, and our recent results have not been too kind. But they're history.
“We have to work our socks off for everybody at the club and that has to start this Saturday.”
A failure to produce a shot on target at home to Cheltenham last weekend saw Waddock bring in former Spirerite striker Dean Morgan to the club to boost his attacking options.
And the Blues boss told his side not to slip into the habit of lumping hopeful balls forward, like they did against the Robins, and abandoning their passing philosophy despite their sticky start to the season.
He said: “It is not the style of football that we want here. We want to play out from the back and through midfield. We have to do it consistently because that is what the fans was to see.”