Despite rescuing a point for Wycombe in their 1-1 draw against Wigan Athletic, centre back Anthony Stewart admitted that he was ‘annoyed throughout the game’.

Wanderers fought back at the DW Stadium to continue their unbeaten start of the season, but were without doubt second best in the contest.

In what was their third consecutive away match in seven days, the hosts took the lead just after half-time thanks to a brilliant strike from Callum Lang.

It was his 10th goal of the calendar year and it was well-deserved, based on the balance of play.

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Wigan continued to knock on the Chairboys’ door but couldn’t find the second to wrap up the win, and this came back to bite the former Premier League side, as Sullay Kaikai’s corner was headed in by Stewart in front of the travelling Wanderers fans.

His goal was scored in the first minute of injury-time, and it was his first since bagging the equaliser against Watford in October last year, which was also in a 1-1 draw.

That game is best remembered as the day that the Chairboys picked up their first point in their inaugural season as a Championship side.

Speaking after the draw against Wigan, Stewart said: “It was amazing [to score the goal].

“[But] to be fair, I was annoyed throughout the game as I thought that we were a bit off it today [Tuesday, August 17], and it was tough, but it was a pleasure to score the goal.

“It was great to see so many of them [fans] turn up.

“It was a pleasure to score in front of them and that was for the fans that travelled up.”

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And when asked if he aims to score on Saturday against Lincoln, he said: “I’d rather a clean sheet than a goal.”

The goal means Stewart has scored in every season he has represented Wanderers apart from one – his first campaign in the Wycombe first team which was in 2011/12, where he played four games between January and April 2012.

He started all four games and even played alongside Gareth Ainsworth in three of the matches.

Following three straight trips on the road, Wycombe are back at home as they take on Lincoln City at Adams Park on Saturday, August 21, before having two more away trips against Stevenage in the Carabao Cup and then Sunderland in the league.

Wanderers will finish the month at home to the Aston Villa U23s in the Football League Trophy on August 31.