Middlesbrough manager Neil Warnock demands his side to show similar commitment as Wycombe players did after beating the Sky Bet Championship basement boys 3-1.
saw Boro secure the win for Boro as they climbed to within a point of the top six.
hailed the Chairboys’ commitment and wants his side to take a leaf out of
s book and follow in their footsteps.
“Once our first goal went in I thought we played some good stuff and could have had a few more,” said Warnock.
“But we know what it’s like at Adams Park. I’ve just said I would be proud to manage both teams today because they gave absolutely everything.
“Gareth [Ainsworth, Wycombe’s manager] knows what I think about how they got promotion. He’s a miracle worker. When you’ve got lads giving everything like that, I want my lads to do the same and then their ability might show through.
“The thing about coming here is that if you get on the bus with all three points you’ve got the job done, because not many teams will like coming here.
“We’ve dominated certain games and ended up losing. I thought the changes made a difference.”