GARETH Ainsworth is not about to hit the panic button, despite his Wycombe side remaining bottom after they could only draw with Millwall.
In the absence of any real quality, Mahlon Romeo came closest to sneaking a win for the hosts, while Wycombe’s best chance was in the form of a penalty claim, which referee Jarred Gillett showed little interest in giving.
The point means the Chairboys are now 11 points adrift of safety, but Ainsworth believes that if his players continue to fight, the 16 remaining fixtures will be enough to save them from relegation.
“We could always do with three points...
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