Town saviour Jason Cummings thought he was going to be upstaged by fellow substitute George Moncur during Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Blackpool.
After Cummings had equalised, Moncur had the opportunity to win it in stoppage time and bring the house down, denied by a combination of visiting defender Ben Heneghan and keeper Christoffer Mafoumbi.
The on-loan Nottingham Forest striker said: “I put my money on George there.
"It wasn’t an easy chance, the keeper did well, came out and made himself big, and it was a good save.
“He was kicking himself a wee bit, but I don’t think it was a clear cut chance.
“At the end, I thought we probably had better chances than them.
“We could have nicked it, but we probably would take a point with 10 men.
“It would have been scenes if we managed to nick it at the end, but it could be a massive point.”
Midfielder Pelly-Ruddock Mpanzu was another who thought Town could have snatched the victory.
He continued: “Jase came on, scored and I thought we dominated the game after and unlucky Moncs couldn’t chip the keeper.
“The keeper came out well, but two-two’s a fair result and another point for us to our main goal of the Championship.”
Boss Mick Harford added: “In the last minute, it should have been a victory if George had finished off, but fair play to them, they were brilliant the lads.”