This season has shown that Wycombe Wanderers have firmly addressed their goalscoring issues.

Even without Scott Kashket for pretty much the whole season, the goals have been flying in from all areas.

Adebayo Akinfenwa has 16 goals, Craig Mackail-Smith has 10 and Paris Cowan-Hall has eight strikes to his name.

Alongside Cowan-Hall, midfielder Luke O’Nien is enjoying his best goalscoring season to date with eight goals, including six in his last 14 appearances.

Last season, the 23-year-old mustered just three goals, including a brace in a 2-1 victory over Doncaster Rovers.

However, the hard work on the training ground is paying dividends this time around and O’Nien has scored some absolute crackers this season, including wonder strikes in the wins over Colchester, Chesterfield and Swindon.

Bear in mind he missed six weeks with injury, the numbers are impressive and O’Nien is delighted with the way things are going this season.

He said: “I am delighted with the goals I have got but I don’t mind who is scoring as long as we are picking up the points.

“If we are picking up points and I am scoring then great but if we are picking up points and someone else is scoring then that is equally as good.

“What I am working on in training is coming off with my finishing around the box. When I am in midfield, I try and get close to Bayo and the chances will always fall and it is credit to him and all the boys for the chances they create.

“I am getting in good positions but they are the ones delivering it for me and I am in the right place at the right time.

“The gaffer wants me to get forward and we are working on the timing of when I go forward. A big part of it is seeing how Bayo gets on.

“If Bayo is winning it, I can gamble more frequently but if they are putting two or three men on him I might have to be a bit more clever for when I go forward and try and pick up the second balls.

“The gaffer gives me the freedom butt it is all about being clever and I know if I can get close to Bayo, the chances will come and I can execute.”

With his best goalscoring season already confirmed, O’Nien does have a target in mind, a target which should be perfectly gettable if he continues in his current rich vein of form.

He added: “I am going for 12 goals. Double figures would be great but I want to get further than 10 and go for 12.

“I want to get as many goals as I can. Ten is in sight and I want to get there as quickly as I can.

“Then if I get to 12, I want to go for a few more but the most important things firstly is the points and whoever gets the goals, gets the goals.”

O’Nien has scored some crackers this season and joked: “My favourite goal this season was Beany’s against Carlisle.

“Seriously, I get as much pleasure scoring from 30 yards as I do from a tap-in. I enjoy all of my goals and get as much joy out of all of them I put in the net.”