Reading battled for a well-earned 2-1 win at Wycombe Wanderers, the first on their travels for over a year.

Here is reaction from manager Ruben Selles.

Selles on breaking the away hoodoo

"We deserved to do it before, but it didn’t come. We didn’t get any points in the league away from home, but we put in some performances that deserved it. Today we were the best team on the pitch for 100 minutes and the team is growing. We are happy and then start tomorrow in preparation for the next game.

Selles on building momentum

"One game at a time. We got it finally with a good performance and a good result. Let’s enjoy today and tomorrow we will work to the next game.

Selles on not making the difference wider

"We also can concede in one unfortunate action, as has happened before. I think the team was robust and that is the way it is sometimes. We would have liked to score more goals and make the difference big to not get nervous at the end, but we got it and we can move from there.

Selles on the fans

"I know they have been suffering all season for lots of reasons, one of then being us not winning away. I am happy for them; they have always been supportive of the boys. It is always a pleasure to have that many fans with you away from home and for the boys to celebrate together.

Selles on Dom Ballard injury

"It didn’t look great. it was after the shot that he made. He felt something strange. He is going to the hospital to take a scan. We don’t have the verdict yet but it doesn’t look well.

Selles on Paul Mukariu injury

"It sometimes happens. It was a very demanding position for him, going up and down one against one. We are happy he is finding his level. It is nothing to be worried [about].

Selles on midfield headache

"With 4-3-3 it has been Craigy or Hutchinson in the six. Charlie is more of an eight or cover position as a winger, which he is not. Craigy has been growing a lot. We trusted him against Charlton and in the cups. It was a simple selection for me."