Wycombe Wanderers midfielder Marcus Bean said his sensational winner against Carlisle United was the 'highlight of his career' as the Blues came from behind to win 4-3 at Adams Park.

In the 96th minute, Bean hit an unstoppable volley past Carlisle keeper Jack Bonham and ran the length of the pitch in celebration with the Chairboys faithful in delirium.

The 33-year-old had waited four years and 104 appearances to notch his first Wanderers goal but explained it was worth the wait, although memories of the goal are a bit vague due to the pandemonium that followed.

He said: "I can't remember too much about it.

"I remember being by the corner flag after scoring and then running half the length of the pitch.

"What I do remember is I was going to be called back but Adam [El-Abd] said for me to go up to the edge of the box and that is came out to me and I volleyed it and can't even remember it hitting the back of the net.

"It was a really special moment and I couldn't have done it with a better bunch of boys.

"With everything we won't through in that game, we deserved it.

"It is definitely one of my career highlights, if not, the highlight of my career."

Bean also praised the squad as a whole for their fighting spirit. He added: "A lot of teams would have accepted a point.

"We know we want to achieve and to achieve that we want to be winning our home games even with ten-men.

"The effort from the boys was so special."

The big turning point was the sending off of Luke O'Nien and Bean wasn't impressed with the decision.

"Looking back at it, it was an awful decision. Luke's hands are by his side and it hit a couple of players before it hit him so it shouldn't have been given.

"Even their players said it was a guess and hopefully that gets rescinded.

"However, with the squad we have I always felt we could get back into it and fortunately we did."

With such a fantastic volley to win, Bean joked that sometimes his finishing in training wasn't up to scratch.

He said: "To be honest, I am not the most clinical of finishers.

"If I was to take on a volley it would be the one I had today, kind of a straight on effort.

"I remember my old manager Gary Waddock used to teach me in the youth team, like a paintbrush, and that is what I am best but I am not clinical by any stretch of the imagination."