Wanderers midfielder Sam Saunders was pleased to see another awesome free kick hit the back of the net as his crucial equaliser against Leatherhead paved the way for a second half comeback.

Saunders levelled the scores from fully 30 yards as his powerfully hit free kick curled right into the corner to give Leatherhead keeper Zaki Oualah no chance.

The former Brentford playmaker said: "It was nice to see it go in.

"Dobbo (Richard Dobson) joked at the end of the game and said I don't score any tap-ins a which is probably correct since I have been at Wycombe.

"I don't think I have scored any inside the box but I wish I did because I would score a few more goals.

"It was nice to get us back in the tie. To be honest, the referee gave them a bit of a leg-up and gave them something to hold onto.

"It was a good FA Cup tie. Their fans were good and we probably didn't start as well as we could have done.

"In the second half we got stronger and stronger and I felt we were going to be the only team that were going to win the game.

"In the end, a bit of skill from Bayo and Macca popped up and it was good to see him score again."

Saunders also added that a few choice words were said at half-time to galvanise a second half comeback.

He commented: "There were a few words said from players and management staff so we know we can do better. 

"It was good to get in at half time 1-1 and we got stronger.

"We just wanted to copy what we have done previously in the competition.

"We want to be there again and get a good draw. If not, we want a winnable home tie so we will see what happens. The FA Cup is magic and you want to play in as many ties as you can.

"Spurs are my team and going back to Wembley is always nice but any Premier League tie would be great for us and getting a Premier League is always something special for you to remember."