JOSH Scowen says he's enjoying the responsibility of being Wanderers' set piece taker.

Gareth Ainsworth has entrusted him with taking all the team's corners and wide free kicks and his deliveries caused havoc during Tuesday night's win at Torquay.

Scowen slotted straight back into the team after serving a two game ban and showed fans what they've been missing as Torquay struggled to cope with his corners.

The midfielder said: "I don't mind taking them - I get a few assists from them.

"It was hard today with the wind but I enjoy taking them.

"I was happy to be straight back in. Gaz has faith putting me straight back in."

The 19-year-old added he never doubted Blues would turn the game around, having trailed at the interval despite dominating the first half.

He said: "Ever since the start of the game I thought we were on top. We had plenty of chances in the first half. With people like Matt McClure and Dean Morgan you know the goals are going to come.

"At half time Gaz said keep playing the way you're playing. We knew the goals were going to come."