Wycombe forward Randell Williams was delighted to get the winner against Barnsley as his goal took Wanderers into ninth spot in League One.

Williams scored the only goal on 54 minutes, rifling home a stunning volley from the edge of the box for his first goal since opening the scoring against Charlton at The Valley on September 8.

He said: "That goal was a long time coming. The last goal was at Charlton and I am just happy to get on the scoresheet again.

"I want to get on the scoresheet a bit more and hopefully I can get a good run going now."

The Blues made an electric start to the second half and an excellent display in the first half and Williams revealed that boss Gareth Ainsworth urged his side for more of the same from the opening 45 minutes.

He added: "It was just stick to the gameplan.

"We knew that they were going to come out fast so we thought why not come back at them and do what we do best and I thought we did it brilliantly."

The Chairboys have a fantastic record against the top sides in League One, adding Barnsley to their list of notable scalps alongside Peterborough as well as superb draws at Portsmouth and Sunderland.

With the fixtures looking fairly favourable in the next weeks against sides below them in the table, Williams refused to acknowledge that these games would in any way be easier.

He added: "It is a difficult league and all we can do is take every game as it comes. We have done brilliantly so far and we just have to keep the run going as long as we can."