Yan Klukowski scored twice as Newport beat Wycombe 2-1 to boost Jimmy Dack's chances of getting the permanent manager's job.Following Justin Edinburgh's move to Gillingham, caretaker manager Dack was in charge for the trip to Adams Park looking to lead Newport to a first win in six games. And he did exactly that as Klukowski netted in each half - either side of a Fred Onyedinma effort for the hosts - to help Newport exact revenge for a 2-0 defeat to the Chairboys on opening day. The game's first effort brought about an opener with Klukowski drilling his fifth of the season past Matt Ingram from 12 yards following Miles Storey's 20th-minute cross. Matt McClure had efforts for Wycombe either side of the half-time whistle and it was not long before the hosts were level, with Onyedinma slotting home from close range after goalkeeper Joe Day had spilled Sam Wood's 25-yard drive on 55 minutes. But it was Newport who were to win it against the run of play as Klukowski finished well after Ismail Yakubu squared Mark Byrne's over-hit free-kick.