Crewe boss Dario Gradi was thrilled with his side's clinical performance as they brushed aside high-flying Wycombe 3-0.
Clayton Donaldson opened the scoring in the 71st minute and he doubled his side's advantage just a minute later after racing onto Danny Shelley's ball and hitting a first-time shot low into the bottom corner.
Shaun Miller put the icing on the cake for the hosts by side-footing home on the rebound after Lee Bell's 86th-minute shot crashed back off the upright.
"We were well worth the win and we didn't really give them a chance," he said. "We didn't play as well as we have in the last few games but we were making chance after chance and not putting them away.
"Our forward play was just too hot too handle for their defence and Clayton was remarkable. He was unlucky not to score before half-time but kept his head and took his two goals really well.
"It's all come together since the lay-off over Christmas and maybe that is down to the work we did with the team when there was no games. But whatever it is our confidence is sky high at the moment and long may it continue."