Wycombe midfielder Curtis Thompson has thanked his manager for his 'positivity', as Wanderers came back from behind to beat Morecambe 4-3 at Adams Park.

Thompson scored the winner in the final few moments in injury-time to secure Wycombe's sixth straight home league win, in what was only his second ever goal for the club.

His first came in January 2019, in another dramatic game, which was in a 3-2 victory over Doncaster Rovers.

Wycombe were 2-0 down at half-time thanks to goals from Alfie McCalmont and Adam Phillips, before Daryl Horgan, Sam Vokes and Joe Jacobson turned it around in 20 second half minutes against the Shrimps.

Jonah Ayunga equalised for Morecambe with 10 minutes left, but Thompson bagged the winner in stoppage time.

He said: "I’m delighted to be back on the scoresheet as it has been a long time coming and to get the three points, what a special feeling.

"We started off very slow today but we knew that they were going to be at us so fair play to Morecambe, but we knew going into the second half that we had to step up.

"At half-time, the gaffer had a little go at us which was expected because we know we have got better standards than what we put out in the first half, so we knew we had to put things right.

"The belief was there but we just needed to be on our game.

"We have got players that will work for each other and we give 100 per cent each game and I think that plays a huge part.

"The gaffer drills in a lot of positivity into us every day and the belief is there."