Notts County midfielder Alan Judge is still pinching himself after keeping his side's play-off hopes alive with a late goal at Wycombe.
The Magpies were trailing 3-2 with a minute left on the clock when Dele Adebola snatched an equaliser and during time added on Judge rifled home his second goal of the match to set up thrilling last-day finale with play-off rivals Stevenage and Carlisle.
"I've been wondering if I've woken up yet, because I couldn't believe it when it hit the net," Judge told the club's official website.
"They've been hitting the bar all year, but thank God this one went in - we needed it. You dream of doing something like that, scoring in the last minute, and it could help us to make it to the play-offs.
"It was unbelievable and I still want to pinch myself to wake myself up. To score two in one day was brilliant for me."
Keith Curle's side, behind sixth-placed Stevenage on goal difference and a point better off than Carlisle, play Colchester at home in their last match.