Wycombe winger Paris Cowan-Hall hopes the late point earned at Carlisle will be a stepping stone towards this weekend's game at Swindon Town.

The jet-heeled forward produced a brilliant header to get a draw at the death for Wanderers who looked to be heading for defeat at Brunton Park.

The draw meant it is now 13 games unbeaten on the road for the Chairboys since February, when they lost to Colchester.

Cowan-Hall said: "It was a dramatic finish.

"JJ put a ball in and I've just gone and met it. I know the areas he can hit, so I just made sure I was there and managed to convert.

"It was a high-scoring game, with three goals each, and to get an equaliser so late on feels euphoric so that will be good for us going into the weekend.

"I've always loved scoring, so whenever an opportunity to get on the scoresheet comes I will try my best to get it, and having just come back into the fold having played a couple of games, I am feeling fitter by the day.

"There aren't any easy games in this league; every game is tough, and when you are coming away to Carlisle - a big journey - it is even tougher.

"So we're going to keep plugging away, try and stay unbeaten and put as many points on the board as we can."

Quotes courtesy of Wycombe Wanderers