Wycombe forward Nathan Tyson is convinced the memories of last year's promotion from League Two can help Wanderers stand in good stead for the remaining two games this season.

Last season, Wycombe won promotion at Chesterfield in their penultimate game and Tyson scored the equaliser in their famous 2-1 win.

This time around, Tyson believes that the many reminders of that amazing day last April will help the team as they bid to secure survival in the final two games.

He said: "I am not worried at all. You see the pictures of our promotion from last season and it brings butterflies to the stomach and we hope to replicate that in a different way.

"Things are different from last year but it doesn't change what we are striving to do or what we are about. We just want to get the job done this weekend.

"If it doesn't happen, then no worries, we will just get the job done the following weekend."

Tyson has endured a frustrating season for the Chairboys, most recently serving a three-match suspension for his red card against Sunderland, before sustaining an injury during that period.

He added: "It has been a tough season for myself.

"I haven't performed as well as what I did last season but I still feel I have contributed.

"Coming on Monday, I had to sacrifice my direct runs just to fill in in midfield and to consolidate and make sure we got across the line and got the three points.

"At the moment, it is about sacrificing those elements of my game and I am just delighted to be back amongst the squad.

"The gaffer gave me the opportunity to come on and do what I need to do. It has been a frustrating season for me but it has been for everyone.

"From where we could have gone from the edge of the play-offs to where we are now, it is frustrating but at the end of the day the main goal was survival and we are fulfilling that right now."