Wycombe matchwinner Paris Cowan-Hall explained he hoped he had taken his chance with both hands as his brace gave Wanderers a dramatic 3-2 win against Doncaster Rovers.

Cowan-Hall started the comeback on 76 minutes with a blistering finish and completed the turnaround in injury time when his very well executed header found the top corner to send the Blues fans delirious.

He said: "I have had to be very patient with the loanees we have had in and the team went on a bit of a run and were doing very well so I can't expect to come straight back in.

"I have been given a chance and I would like to think I have taken it,"

Cowan-Hall scored two differing goals in the match and explained he was delighted with both finishes.

He added: "The first one was a bit of a peach and it was very nice. The second goal I just followed the ball in and Ads [Adam El-Abd] has blocked it and I have seen a little window of opportunity in the top left hand corner and guided a header and it worked so I was buzzing.

"More importantly though I am happy with the three points in the end so I am very pleased."

Cowan-Hall also hailed the impact of Curtis Thompson, who scored with a rocket to make it 2-2 in the 89th minute.

He commented: "What a strike and what a time to score your first goal for us.

"Since he has been here, Curtis has been superb. He has been given a chance and he has really taken it.

"I am buzzing for him. He has been everywhere. He is disciplined defensively, he has a good range of passing and he is aggressive. He is quick and strong and I can't really find a fault in the guy's game and if he can add goals to his game, the world is his oyster."