Fleetwood boss Graham Alexander rued Jamille Matt's added-on time miss as his side were forced to settle for a 1-1 draw against Wycombe.
The Cod Army were forced to come from behind after Stuart Lewis' spectacular opener for the hosts and managed to rescue a point thanks to Jon Parkin's goal with 14 minutes remaining in Tuesday night's League Two clash at Adams Park.
The result keeps Fleetwood sixth, two points behind third-placed Oxford, while it is now nine games without a win for the Chairboys, who sit two points above the relegation zone.
Alexander said: "That's where games are won and lost, in the 18-yard box. It was a great chance - a great ball in by Charlie (Taylor) and Jamille's done great to get to it.
"He did well once he came on and he showed us what we've been missing.
"In the end, he's unlucky but he's in the right place and it would have been a fairytale if he had come back from four months out and scored the winner, but it wasn't to be.
"I don't think there was that much quality on show from either team. I thought it was a bit of a grind, a bit of a battle but I thought we had the better chances and I thought we should have had as penalty.
"I'm not going to come here and say we outplayed Wycombe by any stretch but obviously it was a game we were looking to win."