Wycombe Wanderers' striker Uche Ikpeazu won the penalty that helped the Chairboys come from 2-0 down to beat Huddersfield 3-2.

Ikpeazu was more than happy to allow Joe Jacobson to take the spot-kick hailing him as “one the best penalty takers in the football league”.

The summer signing has had an injury-hit start to time at Adams Park but believes there are more goals to come this season.

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He has scored twice in the Championship this season and he will be hoping to add to that figure if Wycombe are looking at mounting a safety charge.

Ikpeazu said: “I am a striker and I want to score goals.

“I am going to get my goals this season, I have no doubt.

“JJ is probably one of the best penalty takers in the football league so I have to respect that.

“Of course I want to score goals but he is the penalty taker.”

Joe Jacobson cooly dispatches the penalty (Prime Media)

Joe Jacobson cooly dispatches the penalty (Prime Media)

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After travelling to the John Smith Stadium with Watford seven years ago and not making the bench, Ikepeazu showed he had a point to prove and looked impressive once again as he looked a threat with his physical presence.

He continued: “Three points on the road here, it’s massive.

“I came here with Watford in 2013 and I wasn’t on the bench.

“I think I went on loan and I remember how I felt because they didn’t think I was good enough to plat at this level.

“I used that as some sort of momentum to take into the game.”

Wycombe are now ten points adrift from safety and face Wayne Rooney’s Derby County tomorrow night.

Ikpeazu will be hoping to add to his goal tally as Gareth Ainsworth’s men look for another three points against a rival in the relegation scrap.