Ghanaian striker Kwesi Appiah was elated with his performance after he found the back of the net for AFC Wimbledon in their 1-1 draw to Lincoln City.
The 29-year-old scored the equaliser for Wimbledon in extra time of the second half at the Cherry Red Records Stadium.
“Obviously it’s a great feeling, we thought we deserved something from the game,” Appiah said.
“We were unlucky not to get more clear chances, to be honest, so it was nice to get myself on the end of it and get the point for the boys.”
“You see the work we do after the game,” he said. “We’re fine-tuning ourselves to take the opportunities when they come. You stay at it at training and be ready when you’re called upon.”
Appiah heaped praises on manager Glyn Hodges for being a motivation to the players and allowing to be themselves on the pitch.
“You don’t want to feel like you’re playing under a suppressive amount of pressure, so to have freedom on the pitch is what we play football for – to enjoy the game and impose yourself on the game.”
“Obviously everyone’s got their own ideas on coaching and he’s put them across to the lads. We’ve taken them on and that’s shown in the performances.
"A few different tweaks and ideas have given us an upturn in form.”