Stanley striker Terry Gornell was pleased to be back in the goals in last night’s draw at Wycombe Wanderers.

The 25-year-old levelled on the stroke of half time, with the Reds going on to take the lead through Piero Mingoia before a deflected Alfie Mawson strike meant it ended 2-2.

Gornell thought it was a positive night for the visitors at Adams Park.

“It’s nice to be back on the scoresheet,” he said. “I’ve had a few tough games in the last couple of weeks and I was just missing a goal. It’s always nice to help the team.

“It was a real battle and I though we deserved the point. They’re a good side and the league table doesn’t tell lies so it’s a good point. For the majority of the game I thought we played some decent stuff, there was just a 15 or 20 minute spell in the second half where they really put us under some pressure. There were a lot of balls going into our box and unfortunately one’s gone in from a deflection but apart from that we defended pretty well.

“The goal just before half time was massive because just before it I thought we were playing some decent stuff and getting crosses into the box. The goal gave us a bit of a lift at half time and I thought we started the second half well and made a couple of chances.”