Oct 6 2012 By Greg Burns
GARETH Ainsworth was delighted as Wycombe ended their winless run with a deserved home win.
Goals from Gary Doherty and teenager Josh Scowen ended Wanderers' barren seven month home run and saw them notch their first win since victory at York on the opening day of their League Two campaign.
And Ainsworth – who is playing a charity gig at Adams Park tonight – was thrilled to see how his side responded to being pegged back just before the break.
He said: “I am so pleased we got the result today because it was no less than we deserved. We limited their chances.
“There was people flying into challenges that you haven't seen flying into challenges before as Wycombe players. They are doing it now and that is fantastic.
“Their actions are speaking far louder than their words so I am really proud again.
“Just before half-time is not a nice time to concede but we didn't let it affect us and the word I have used this week is relisience and we have showed that today.”
Ainsworth gathered his team in a post-match huddle in front of the home fans for the second game in a row and said the feel-good factor at Adams Park is returning.
He said: “Everyone seems to have lost their way at this football club in the last six months and we seem to be coming together again and there is a buzz about this place again.”