Goalscorer Fred Onyedinma says the Chairboys were thrilled to prove themselves against one of the division's best sides in Saturday's 1-1 draw at Sunderland.
The Millwall loanee thrashed home the opening goal during a superb performance individually and collectively at the Stadium of Light, which saw the visitors come close to taking all three points before Josh Maja struck a late equaliser.
"It's a beautiful atmosphere to play in here; the stadium is so big and I'm delighted to score here, but more importantly we're delighted to get a point because it's such a difficult place to come.
"We prepared well during the week, we knew what we had to do and I think we proved a point today," he added.
Onyedinma now has three goals in his last five league games, recapturing the form that saw him dazzle in his first loan spell at Adams Park in 2014/15, proving himself to be equally effective as a wide midfielder or frontman.
"I don't mind playing anywhere, as long as I'm doing well," he said. "I'm contributing goals and assists, and I'm always looking forward to the next game and playing with a smile on my face and being positive.
"We're pleased with how it's gone (at Sunderland) and now we're going to recover, prepare for the next match and hopefully get the win."
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