Wycombe Wanderers came out on top of an excellent encounter against Rochdale to make it a two wins in a week at Adams Park.
A long range Bryn Morris free-kick deceived Brendan Moore in the Dale goal to give the Chairboys the lead on ten minutes and the home side were on top for the rest of the half.
Rochdale were much improved after the break and dominated possession but the Wanderers defended resolutely and scored again themselves with a trademark goal from Adebayo Akinfenwa on 66 minutes.
With the pressure lifted, Wycombe kept pressing and Fred Onyedinma powered home a header on 72 minutes for his second goal in as many games to complete the scoring.
A third home win on the spin and a clean sheet against an attack minded Rochdale, who had scored in their previous 13 away games, gives the Wanderers a spring in their step as they head to Walsall in EFL1 this Saturday.
After the game I spoke to the Wycombe manager Gareth Ainsworth on BBC Three Counties Radio:
This week the Chairboys added two players to their small squad with the permanent signing of familiar face Jason McCarthy and the loan addition of Bryn Morris from EFL 1 rivals Shrewsbury Town.
I must admit to not knowing a great deal about Morris, other than ‘Bryn’ means hill in Welsh, so hopefully he will build an affinity with his new undulating surroundings in South Bucks.
BBC Radio Shropshire commentator, Stuart Dunn, very kindly spoke to me about Morris, life in EFL1 for Shrewsbury and how former Chairboy, Aaron Amadi-Holloway, is settling in at the New Meadow:
Wycombe Wanderers travel to Doncaster Rovers having not been beaten on the road since 22nd December 2017. Ahead of the trip (and the signing of Jason McCarthy!), I spoke with Gareth at the training ground: