Wycombe Wanderers boss Gareth Ainsworth has admitted that he would have taken a point against Sheffield Wednesday before kick-off.

The two sides drew 2-2 at Hillsborough with Jordan Obita scoring a stunning second half free-kick to rescue a point for the Chairboys, which has put them joint top of League One.

Anis Mehmeti’s deflected effort gave Ainsworth’s men the lead in the first-half before Olamide Shodipo equalised on the stroke of half-time.

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Josh Windass’ low drive gave the Owls a 2-1 lead in the second period, before Obita’s brilliant goal levelled the scoring.

The result means Wycombe are unbeaten in three following their wins against Bolton and Plymouth, before they travelled to Hillsborough on November 27.

Speaking after the match, Ainsworth said: “The game was nearly called off, the pitch was horrendous, and the conditions were terrible.

“And if I’m honest, Sheffield Wednesday took the spoils in the second half, not arguing about that, but, my fans never stopped singing, David Stockdale never stopped saving and we take a point home.

“It’s been a fantastic week with the seven points we’ve taken which is brilliant.

“Staying unbeaten is important but to get the three goals at Plymouth in such an empathic way was brilliant, and some people may have short memories and may think we weren’t as good as we were against Plymouth today, but still, a sign of a team that could achieve are when they get something when they are not at their best.

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“They gave me everything today but it was another tough away trip.”

The boss also admitted that there was a ‘momentum change’ which benefited the home side.

On 37 minutes, the game was halted and the players were ushered to the dressing rooms after a commotion broke out in the north stand.

It was first feared that it was a medical emergency, but it was later revealed to be a crowd disturbance.

This 10-minute break seem to gather the Wednesday players together, as they came back from the tunnel in the faces of Wycombe, and ultimately took a 2-1 lead before Obita levelled.

Ainsworth continued: “There was a momentum change and today, we were definitely on the ascendancy as we were playing some fantastic stuff on the edge of the box, but after the break, we seemed to lose it a little bit.

"It was one of those things but we dealt with that and Wednesday came out and looked good, with their goal on half-time being very disappointing for us.

“But to come back the way we did was fantastic, and what a great goal by Jordan.

“He’s got a brilliant left foot and he and Joe Jacobson are competing for that left-back position, and it’s great to see that fight.

“I would have taken a point before today and the fans were brilliant.”

Despite the positive result, Wycombe are winless in four away matches at Hillsborough.