Wycombe heroes Nathan Tyson and Scott Brown were overjoyed at the final whistle as Wycombe saw off Luton 3-2 to climb to second in League Two.

Tyson's double and Brown's multitude of top-class saves ensured Wanderers left Kenilworth Road with maximum points and in Tyson's case he notched the 49th and 50th goals of his Wycombe career.

The striker said: "It was a fantastic result. The fans were amazing and it was the right result I thought.

"The first goal was good from Paris, as he was screaming for it and he put it away very well.

"The togetherness at the club is one of the best I have been at and we have the momentum now and we need to keep building on that and we are very focused on the job that needs to be done.

"To score that many goals for the club in two stints is an absolute honour and I am buzzing."

Brown added:"It was a real team effort and we had 19 men and the lads who weren't involved travelled up and we got right behind each other.

"It was great to start so quickly having not played for a while and we came flying out the traps.

"We started so well and we knew they were going to have a spell and we rode it out and I thought we did really well as a team as they are a top, top side."

After the agonising home defeat to Luton, the Chairboys won four games on the bounce and the same has now happened since the Mansfield loss on December 30.

Brown hailed the character to bounce back from such defeats. He said: "That is what we are all about.

"It has been a great month for us but the league is so tight and we need to go into every game and give our best."