Wycombe forward Fred Onyedinma explained that he thought Wanderers more than proved themselves against League One promotion hopefuls Sunderland as they got a deserved 1-1 draw the Stadium of Light on Saturday.

The Millwall loanee thrashed home the opening goal in the north-east, which saw the visitors come close to taking all three points before Josh Maja struck a late equaliser.

Onyedinma said: "It's a beautiful atmosphere to play in here; the stadium is so big and I'm delighted to score here, but more importantly we're delighted to get a point because it's such a difficult place to come.

"We prepared well during the week, we knew what we had to do and I think we proved a point today."

Onyedinma has three goals in his last five league games and has been in dazzling form since returning to Adams Park after a hugely successful spell in south Bucks during the 2014/15 campaign.

He added: "I don't mind playing anywhere, as long as I'm doing well.

"I'm contributing goals and assists, and I'm always looking forward to the next game and playing with a smile on my face and being positive.

"We're pleased with how it's gone [at Sunderland] and now we're going to recover, prepare for the next match and hopefully get the win."