Wycombe midfielder Luke O'Nien celebrated that winning feeling after his wonder strike gave Wanderers a superb 1-0 win over an improving Chesterfield.

O'Nien's goal on 54 minutes was worthy of winning any game and the former Watford player was delighted to see it go in.

He said: "Sido Jombati gave me the ball and I just cut inside and I think everyone just expected to cross it.

"I thought 'why not' and as I was hitting as was thinking 'what I am doing?' but it was nice to celebrate the goal with all the boys and the fans.

"It is one of the best feelings in football."

O'Nien also hailed his team-mates for their impressive work ethic against a tough Spireites team, who have improved since Jack Lester took over.

He added: "They were very good. We looked at them all throughout the week and they played some great stuff and had some good movement.

"For the spells in possession that they had, I don't think they caused Scott Brown too many problems. The shape was good and it has been a good week and we executed our plans very well so credit to everyone."

O'Nien's belter also came as a slight surprise as he also touched upon a wretched session of shooting practice he had in training earlier in the week.

"I was speaking to the boys in the changing room and Macca [Craig Mackail-Smith) and myself had a competition in shooting practice." said the midfielder.

"During the shooting practice we said whoever misses the target has to go and get the ball.

"We were shooting hard and when we missed it went a very long way. To be honest, I literally missed every one of my shots.

"The boys were taking the mickey out of me as well as I made up the rule.

"I did a lot of running so it was nice that I could produce the goods on the day but I put that down to mine and Macca's shooting competition."