Stuart Lewis was thrilled to be able to repay some of his parents’ support in Tuesday’s 1-1 draw with Fleetwood Town.
“This is hurting us just as much as it’s hurting you. We’ve got 16 games and they are 16 massive games.”
“You can see with the passion and commitment just how much it means to everyone.
Lewis says the Wanderers’ display against high-flying Fleetwood will boost the squad’s confidence ahead of the weekend trip to Cheltenham Town.
“This is my best season to date in terms of goals but I’d love to get a couple more!”
He said: “I’ve scored in December, January and February now. I’ve been picking up some good positions, but I should’ve done better with the one I had on Saturday.
That goal took his tally for the season to three, but he’s not finished there!
“They see how down I get so it was lovely to share that positive moment with them.”
“My parents go through it with me - they travel up and down the country and see how much it hurts me.
“It was a great feeling for me!,” he told Chairboys Player. “It’s no secret that this year has been a tough one for the club, the fans and for me personally.
Wycombe’s skipper celebrated his first-half screamer with his mum and dad, who travel thousands of miles every season to get behind their son.