MYLES Weston is still struggling to believe Southend United’s great, late fightback against Wycombe Wanderers at Wembley.

The speedy winger helped create Joe Pigott’s injury-time equaliser with a fine run and cross down the left flank.

But the 27-year-old is still finding it hard to comprehend what happened.

“I’ve watched it back a couple of times on television and I still can’t believe what went on at the end there,” said Weston, who replaced Will Atkinson in the 80th minute.

“We were down and out. There were just 20 or 30 seconds left to go and we still managed to win.

“It was just unbelievable and I am so proud of everyone who has worked so hard for this to happen.”

Weston was also delighted with his part in Pigott’s fine late finish.

But he originally thought about playing a long ball into the box before eventually sprinting forward.

“Because I knew there wasn’t long left I was going to just put it into the penalty area and see what happened,” said Weston.

“But because Jack Payne had won the ball back for us with a challenge deep in our own half, I didn’t think we really had enough people forward to do that.

“In the end I just thought I would make the run and see what happened but Barry Corr did really well to knock it down to Joe and it’s a great finish from him.”

Weston then also stepped forward to fire home a penalty during the triumphant shoot-out.

But he now wants to build on a series of fine substitute appearances and push for more starts next season.

“The manager has seen me as an impact player and credit to him because it’s worked recently, but I don’t want to be limited to just doing that,” said Weston.

“I know I can do it from the start and it will be my aim to try to show that next season now.”