Joe Jacobson and Luke O’Nien hailed their side’s character after coming from a goal down to force a point with Lincoln City.

Jacobson scored the second and assisted O’Nien with a delightful cross and the Welshman warned that the Chairboys would be a tough nut to crack as the season progresses.

He said: “We managed to get back and show great character and that we don’t want to give up and we said in pre-season we will be fighting to the very last minute every week and that showed in the first half.

“Unfortunately we couldn’t quite hold on but I think it was a fair result.”
O’Nien is on a hot streak at Adams Park at the moment and that was his fourth goal in his last four games at the home of Wycombe.

The midfielder feels the point will be a good one come the end of the season. He explained: “That was a good draw against a good strong side.

"We did our homework on them and focused on the way they played and I think everyone did a good job and we looked dangerous, as well as defending very well.”

“There were lots of shifts in momentum during the game and the concentration had to be high. You have to win those little battles and we got two quick goals and had we got the third we could have killed them but credit to them, they hung in there and got the equaliser.

“It was two good teams going at it and I think the draw was the right result in the end.

“In terms of goals, I got three last season and I am happy to say I want to get to double figures this time around. Adams Park is a great place to play at and it is a good start personally for me to get my first goal of the season so early on.”