Wycombe Wanderers goalkeeper David Stockdale has admitted that he didn’t hear the full-time whistle in the Chairboys’ play-off semi-final triumph over Milton Keynes.

Despite losing 1-0 on the night at Stadium: MK, Gareth Ainsworth’s side defeated their Buckinghamshire rivals 2-1 on aggregate to book a place in the Wembley showpiece on May 21.

They will face either Sunderland or Sheffield Wednesday, two former Premier League sides, in the final.

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Yet amazingly, Stockdale, who was named the man of the match, wasn’t aware that referee, Thomas Bramall, had brought the game to its conclusion.

Wanderers’ number 13 said: “I asked my wife how she was feeling and she told me that she was nervous because ‘Wycombe don’t do it easily’ and I said it’ll be fine!

“When I looked up at the clock and it said 63 minutes, I was thinking it’s going to be 12am by the time this is over!

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“And I didn’t even hear the full-time whistle go.

“It wasn’t until I saw all the lads go on the floor that I knew.

“I was near the MK lot and they were given me a bit of stick by saving one in the last minute, but let’s not forget that MK are a very, very good footballing team.

“So, what does that make us?”

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On the celebrations that took place at the end of the game, he continued: “It hasn’t sunk in yet.”

Stockdale has played in 51 of Wanderers’ 58 games so far this season.