Waddock upbeat despite extra-time defeat
Wycombe manager Gary Waddock was pleased with his side's display having pushed Watford all the way in their Capital One Cup clash.
Chris Iwelumo's winner in the 110th minute was all that separated Championship Watford and Wycombe after the tie finished 0-0 at 90 minutes. Waddock said: "It was a very good performance by our lads. Probably one mistake, or error, has cost us and they punished us for it. Overall I thought we played extremely well. "Richard Logan had an opportunity in the first half when their keeper made a fantastic save. I thought the ball might have spun the other way and gone in. "We restricted them, we stopped them playing. The organisation and discipline from the players was good. We've got to take that into the league campaign." Wycombe had a late penalty appeal for handball and Waddock added: "I thought it was a definite penalty from where I was. The referee was up with play - sometimes you get them, sometimes you don't. But the Watford players knew they had been in a game. We kept battling and plugging away - it is just a mistake has cost us in the end. It's a positive day but unfortunately the result didn't go our way."