Ainsworth wants permanent role
Wycombe's caretaker boss Gareth Ainsworth believes he has what it takes to become a successful manager.
Since taking over from Gary Waddock, the 39-year-old has overseen a revival in the Chairboys' form, ending an eight-match winless streak with three straight victories.
Wins against Torquay, Portsmouth and Fleetwood have given the Adams Park board an impressive show of what Ainsworth is capable of, and the man himself is confident he can achieve success.
He told BBC Three Counties Radio: "I believe I've got what it takes to be a good manager. I've made no secrets since my QPR days that I do want to be a manager one day.
"The board will have to make a decision based on what I do in the next few weeks. But I'm chuffed with the way it's gone.
"It is hard work, but I've never shyed away from that. I'm a proud man. I'm enjoying it."
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