Cheltenham bounced back from Friday's surprise
4-1 defeat at Rochdale
with a comfortable win over Wycombe.
The Robins went ahead through Jake Taylor's powerful strike, before Jeff Goulding doubled the advantage with a well-taken header four minutes later.
Darryl Duffy then nodded home from Taylor's cross before Jermaine McGlashan rounded off the scoring with a simple finish from close range.
It took the Chairboys 88 minutes to register a shot on target.
Cheltenham remain third in League Two, while Wycombe slip to 19th.
VIEW FROM THE DRESSING ROOM
Cheltenham Town boss Mark Yates told BBC Radio Gloucestershire:
"More than anything else they showed some grit and determination and what it takes to win matches.
"Today there was aggression, tempo and pressing, so that's pleasing.
"When we play on the front foot like we did today we look like a half decent team.
"It was about us today, not who the opposition were. It was about the XI that I picked playing with a bit of bottle."
Cheltenham 01 Brown 03 Jones 06 Elliott 15 Bennett 22 Jombati Booked (Lowe - 61' ) 04 Carter 11 McGlashan (Mohamed - 77' ) 16 Penn (D'Ath - 70' ) 18 Taylor 09 Duffy 10 Goulding Substitutes 12 Roberts 02 Lowe 07 Pack 20 D'Ath 14 Harrad 23 Mohamed 26 Zebroski Wycombe 36 Archer 18 Dunne (Stewart - 46' ) 19 McCoy 34 Hause 07 Ainsworth 08 Lewis 11 Wood 12 Andrade 28 Scowen (Ehui - 46' ) 15 Oli (Morias - 64' ) 22 Kuffour Substitutes 21 Harrison 27 Stewart 25 Angol 31 Kretzschmar 35 Ehui 37 Ighorae 32 Morias