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GARETH Ainsworth will sit down with Andrew Howard to dis­cuss Wy­combe Wan­der­ers’ goals for the rest of the cam­paign af­ter this af­ter­noon reach­ing their sea­son’s tar­get.

The point gained from a goal­less draw at Notts County was enough to reach the 61 points man­ager Ainsworth and chair­man Howard tar­geted for a midtable fin­ish.

Al­though Wan­der­ers have been float­ing in and around the League Two play-off places all sea­son, they have been care­ful not to talk up a top seven place so as not to raise ex­pec­ta­tion lev­els at the cash­strapped club.

How­ever, all that may change now the mag­i­cal num­ber of 61 has been reached with seven games still re­main­ing.

Ainsworth said: “I’ll be sit­ting down with Andrew Howard. This wasn’t just pluck­ing a points to­tal out of the sky, it was a struc­tured thing of how this club should move for­wards.

“I’m sure there will be a new mes­sage com­ing out, but we’ll keep that within the club un­til it’s ready to come out.

“It’s nice be­ing around the top. It’s bet­ter than be­ing around the bot­tom, I’ve been there be­fore.

“Maybe the mes­sage will now change, but if we get no more points now it will still have been a suc­cess­ful sea­son. For a club our size with our re­sources, it’s a great achieve­ment.”

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