Wycombe goalkeeper Scott Brown said it was difficult to tell if his 70-yarder went in as Wanderers drew 0-0 at Stevenage.

The incident happened before half-time when Brown launched a massive kick towards the Stevenage box.

Stevenage keeper Joe Fryer completely missed the ball but defender Ronnie Henry looked to have got back just in time to hook it from the goal via the aid of the crossbar.

Brown joked: "It was difficult to tie and difficult for the linesman to give but I was running off celebrating Steve Bull style!

"I always said I would never celebrate like that as you don't mean to score but it was just one of those things."

Brown's effort seemed to galvanise the side in the second half and the keeper added: "I thought we were excellent after the break.

"We got a lot of balls into the box and we had a couple of chances that on another day would have gone in.

"Fair play to them though. They put their bodies on the line and they kept going right to the end and it is a tough place to go.

"I am pleased with a clean sheet and I didn't really have to much to do but we are disappointed not to get all three points."

Brown's superb kicking causes havoc with opposition defences and Stevenage seemed to have a ploy when Brown was kicking out of hand with both strikers keen to put him under pressure by standing next to him.

The Wolverhampton-born stopper said: "A lot of teams do that as they know it's a threat when I can roll it and kick it up to Bayo.

"It is less accurate out of your hand which makes it a bit more awkward for me but you just have to deal with it."

With that clean sheet, Brown hailed the defensive display by the team as a whole.

He commented: "The whole team defended really well on the whole with set-plays and we just need to keep working hard and keep trying to improve.