Wanderers striker Adebayo Akinfenwa explained he would be more than happy if he didn't score again this term if that meant the Blues got promotion to League One.

Akinfenwa scored an 89th minute winner against Swindon and in the processed notched his 15th goal of an excellent personal campaign for the Chairboys.

The 35-year-old revealed that it is all about the team and if they can achieve their main aim, he would be happy to remain on 15 goals for the season.

He said: "I would take no more goals as long as we get promoted.

"That is the honest truth. I was getting frustrated thinking it wasn't going to be my day but that was me out of frustation at not getting the three points rather than for myself.

"It is always nice for a goalscorer to score goals. I am striker and you are judged on goals but at the same time it is a team game.

"We have good momentum at the moment. I was disappointed because I felt the goal he disallowed from me was a goal.

"I feel like I don't get the rub of the green sometimes but we got the win. Everybody around us won and Swindon are chasing us and it was a good night."

The team are on a fantastic roll with 19 points picked up out of a possible 21 in League Two in 2018.

Akinfenwa commented that the thirst for victory comes from the top. He added: "We eminate our gaffer.

"He installs a belief in us and our changing room is a beautiful thing to be a part of.

"Before even when I was scoring, people round me do my so-called running and it is a team ethic. We are in it together, good, bad or indifferent.

"We have got a belief and we keep going. 3-2 every week is a lot but at the end of the day if that is what it takes for us to win games, then so be it.

"We are kind of like the Liverpool of League Two. We try and outscore teams, you score two and we score three.

"We have a lot of attacking players and we attack as a team but we also defend as a team.

"It is a collective. We are one unit. At the moment, things are falling our way and because we are working and believing and backing each other up."

Currently, Akinfenwa is on 15 goals for the season, just three goals off his personal best for a campaign.

He is eyeing a new personal milestone of 19 goals but is more than happy if the team keep the winning streak going.

Akinfenwa added: "Beating last year is always the target.

"I always try and say progression is the key. I got 18 goals last year and I am on 15 so far.

"If I get 18 then I try and set another target. I am happy with my form and happy with my minutes and if I reach 18, then I set myself another target and hopefully I surpass it."