Manager Gary Waddock expects Wycombe's home form to improve in the aftermath of the 2-2 draw against Lincoln.
The Chairboys twice led through Kevin Betsy and Scott Davies before Lincoln hit back courtesy of Ben Hutchinson and Mustapha Carayol to earn a share of the spoils.
Wycombe, who are unbeaten on their travels, have won two of their seven League Two outings at Adams Park so far and Waddock admits it is a cause for concern.
"We have done really well away from home but at the moment it is just not happening for us at home," said Waddock. "We have got to be better at breaking teams down because teams come here with a game plan.
"As a home side the emphasis is on us but I am confident it will turn for us here because we want this to be a difficult place to come to. But credit where credit is due, we must give credit to Lincoln. We have done well to get a point and you must never underestimate a point.
"First half we did reasonably well, we scored an early goal but in the second half that was nowhere near what we were looking for. We could have quite easily come away from this with a 3-2 defeat. Our back four dropped too deep and we weren't able to get close enough to them in the middle of the park and the game got stretched and we let them back into the game."