BOSS Duncan Ferguson was left bothered by the antics of Wycombe Wanderers' players during his side's 2-0 defeat at Adam Park on Easter Monday.

Both goals came from set pieces, and Forest Green manager Duncan Ferguson was irked by the number of soft free-kicks that were awarded to the hosts.

Ferguson said: "These teams know. They’re not daft. So they start falling over on the edge of the box and that’s what they did today.

"Our player marginally touches the guy and he falls over. It’s meant to be a contact sport."

But the win, a first in four League One games for Wycombe, keeps them in the hunt for a play-off place. 

And boss Matt Bloomfield has urged his players to keep level-headed: "I just said to the boys in there, there’s no elaborate celebrations. It’s about staying constant.

"With five games left, there are going to be plenty of ups and downs. Of course when you come in and you see a couple of other results have gone in your favour, it helps. We’re still in the fight and we’ll keep going.

"The outside noise is exactly that, and inside the building we have to be as focused as we can be."

As for Rovers, they need maximum points from their final five games to have a chance of staying up, but Ferguson insisted he was not concerned by permutations.

"I think it’s always in the back of your mind," said Ferguson. "I think we knew when we came in how difficult the position was. I don’t look at the league table.

"At the end of the day, we have to keep fighting until it’s actually announced."