Wanderers manager Gareth Ainsworth was pleased with his side's performance at the Lamex Stadium in their 0-0 draw against Stevenage, albeit slightly disappointed his team couldn't get a deserved win.

Adebayo Akinfenwa and, incredibly, Scott Brown came closest to scoring for Wanderers with both players hitting the woodwork.

The draw stopped a run of defeats on the road and Ainsworth felt his side deserved more after they laid siege to the Stevenage goal in the second half.

However, it was Brown's effort that was the real talking point as certain camera angles suggested the ball went over the line, although it wasn't clear-cut.

He said: "Obviously I am going to say it went in. People have showed me various footage and it looks like it has gone over but it is difficult.

"In the Premier League, we have goal-line technology and it would have been a great moment for Scott.

"It is a big decision and we will see and there are only the slow-mo cameras who can see whether it went in or not.

"Let's get it right, the second half was an onslaught and there was only one team in it.

"I was glad Alex Samuel [Stevenage striker] went off and he was a thorn in our side but once they took him off they lost their threat.

"We got the ball forward well. Nathan Tyson in his first game back had a great chance with a free header and he is disappointed he didn't score and concentration levels were good.

"The second half stats must be great in our favour as we really did press and probe but unfortunately we couldn't get a killer touch but it is a good point."

Tyson's comeback was a huge boost to Ainsworth after two months on the sidelines and the boss praised his performance as well as fellow sub, Sam Saunders, for the way they affected the game.

He added: "I am really pleased with both Tys and Sam.

"Sam was excellent last week against Leatherhead so was Bloomfield and O'Nien so it was a tough decision to change it round and he came on and made a mark.

"It was great to see Tys back. His pace and his power causes problems and he was gutted he didn't score that header but it wasn't as easy as he thought."

Another player who has been struggling recently is Adebayo Akinfenwa, who has had an infected foot.

Ainsworth confirmed that the big striker still isn't fully fit but he still put in a terrific display to worry the Stevenage defence.

He commented: "Bayo still isn't fully fit and he has been on anti-biotics all week.

"We saw in the second half a couple of times that it affected. It was touch and go whether to bring him off.

"He is such a big weapon for us and he hit the post with a back header, which had so much power on it but he will get back and I am sure he will be fine for Saturday."