For the second successive week, Brentford took on the League Two leaders and more than left their mark.
Having knocked Dagenham & Redbridge off the summit last week, the Bees made Wycombe work hard for a point at the Causeway Stadium.
And boss Andy Scott is confident his side, now unbeaten in six games, will be keeping them company in the shake-up at the top.
He said: "It's a wide open league where everyone can beat each other on the day. It's about consistency, and that's why I'm pleased we can continue our run.
"We're not conceding goals, we're playing well and creating chances and it is only a matter of time before they materialise into goals.
"It may be a wide open league, but if you can get a decent run going you have a better chance of being at the top.
"I think there are possibly eight to 10 teams that could break away, but we want to keep ourselves in the top six, because we feel we are mentally strong enough to be shot at and cope with it."
Scott admitted his team aren't even firing on all cylinders yet, and when back to full-strength will have yet more to offer.
He added: "That's our fourth clean sheet, and we're creating chances, but there is a lot more to come from us.
"We've still got improvements to make, we can still pass the ball better and sharper, but I'm really seeing a lot of improvement in us and the players we've brought in.
"We work very hard during every week to try and improve them individually and as a group, and I'm really seeing signs of that now."