Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth believes Dean Morgan and Joel Grant are players for all situations after both netted in the Chairboys' comfortable win over York at Adams Park.

Morgan netted two first half penalties for Wycombe - the first in the third minute after being fouled by Scott Kerr and the second before the break following Jamal Fyfield's barge on Grant.

Grant got on the scoresheet himself with a fine solo effort on the hour mark with defender Dave Winfield completing the 4-0 victory with a header 10 minutes from time. Wycombe have now won three straight and are unbeaten in five and boss Ainsworth admitted Morgan and Grant would have been a handful for anyone such was their performance.

"The way York came at us, after getting beaten last week, and seeing us on television on Monday, they tried to get us on the counter," said Ainsworth.

"We pre-empted that and thought it might take a while until we got into the game. We didn't think it would take two minutes but players like Dean and Joel are ideal for these situations.

"It was a flat game, very flat. The early goal killed it a little bit in a funny way but I told the lads they had to grind it out after Monday [when they beat Gillingham]."

In contrast York have now failed to win in six and have conceded eight goals in their last two games and boss Gary Mills accused the Minstermen of 'committing suicide'. "We're very disappointed from start to finish," MIlls said. "It was a terrible start, we gave away two penalties. We're committing suicide at the moment.

"We're giving away goals and we don't look like scoring and, at the end of the day, that's a recipe for disaster. We'll sort it out, that's our job. We'll get ready for the next one and move on.

"The players at this football club have got to stand up and start winning matches, start doing their jobs better. We know that, and we will. There's no hiding it. There's no excuses. We're giving goals away and not scoring goals. Jamal's told me he hasn't pulled the man, I've got the DVD so I'll see if he's telling the truth.

"It's a very disappointing weekend again for us again. Two weekends running and conceding four goals in both games. That's not good enough, we have to be better."