EUAN HENDERSON can't stop scoring at the moment and believes his latest goal was important as it keeps Alloa's unbeaten run going and their confidence rising.

The Hearts loanee scored straight after Falkirk took the lead on Saturday and his fifth goal in three games ensured the Wasps took a point back to the Wee County.

"I'm a wee bit angry towards the ref," Henderson said after the match. "Just because I thought it was a foul before their goal.

Henderson admitted it's not the best goal he's scored but added: "They all count. The ball went up, I think Sammo [Conor Sammon] just missed it, the ball fell to Kev [Cawley] and he just chopped inside and shot.

"It just came off the goalie's leg and I just had to react to the ball and sort of put my foot in the way of it coming back.

"It was a big one for us as well. We thought we deserved something from the game so we thought it was just us scoring at the end.

"It would be good if we could score before the end of the game but we're happy to get the point in the circumstances."

Both Henderson and Steven Boyd had decent chances to score but couldn't convert.

He continued: "One on my left foot, I don't know, I feel I could have hit it harder at the near post but these things happen.

"You've just got to keep going and believing that you're going to score and then I get one at the end. Unlucky for Boydy not to score, maybe Sena [Mouhamed Niang] as well with his chance."

Asked if he thought Alloa were beat after Falkirk's late goal, Henderson continued: "You can't really feel sorry for yourself, maybe after the game you can.

"There's only a couple of minutes left so there's no point being down about it, you may as well get on with it and play the last few minutes [because] you never know what could happen.

"To be honest, against Queens Park [it was] the same scenario: we went down and we ended up scoring two goals, not just one.

"[It] shows the spirit of the team and the desire to want to go and get something from the game and it's good for us. It keeps the confidence high; we're unbeaten in our last three, so it's good."

Henderson's goal means he's now scored five goals in his last three appearances or six in eight, although he's disputing the stats.

"Six in eight," he said. "One of those games I came off injured so I'm saying six in seven."

The striker did put the ball in the net earlier on with a terrific finish that was unfortunately offside.

He continued: "I wish I was onside, I think I knew in the back of my head I was offside so I just thought I'd have a swing at it. If that had been onside it would have been terrific."