Wycombe forward Nathan Tyson said the side were bitterly disappointed that they couldn't hold on for a deserved victory as they squandered a 2-0 lead to draw 2-2 against Gillingham.

Tyson grabbed his first goal this term with a clinical finish to give the Blues a two-goal cushion before the home side came back after the break to claim a share of the spoils.

Despite another excellent Wycombe performance, Tyson explained the team were despondent and held his hands up for the Gills equaliser.

He said: "We are very disappointed.

"I made a mistake for the second goal which is unlike me. The guy got a good run on me which I am disappointed with and I apologised to the lads and the gaffer.

"We conceded a sloppy first goal and that got them up. After the first half performance, they shouldn't have been anywhere near us but we are still unbeaten and it is a point away from home and it is something we can build upon.

"I thought we were phenomenal in the first half. I thought everyone played really well and Adam got his goal and glad to get the point in the end."

On a personal level, Tyson bagged his first of an injury-hit season so far and he was delighted to get on the scoresheet.

He added: "It is good to get off the mark after such a slow start to the season in terms of injury.

"It is great to be out there and the gaffer put me in the starting line-up which was great.

"It is one of those things, if you take your foot off the gas you will get bitten at this level."