LUKE DONNELLY insists The Wasps got what they deserved on Saturday after his double earned them three points against Clyde.

Donnelly's last-minute winner sealed the victory after his opener was cancelled out by Kurtis Roberts.

Speaking exclusively to Advertiser Sport, he said: "I thought we started excellently, probably the best we've started for a while. We were on the front foot and then after about half an hour; they obviously came into it and got their goal.

"I didn't think we were excellent throughout the game, but we dug in when it mattered and that's what you've got to do in this league. It's a great three points.

"The most important thing is you need to stay in the game, even if you go a goal down or it's a draw you need to stay in the game. You can't win a game after 45 minutes, but you can lose it.

"Second half I thought we were on top and in control without being dominant; we didn't create a lot of chances, but obviously in the end the goal came and thankfully it did."

Donnelly was one of four strikers on the park come the end of the game and says the victory is just what Alloa deserved for their determination to win the game.

He said: "The gaffer says he wants to go and win every game and if it's a draw we'll go to win. We got our rewards for having four strikers on the park."

On his last-minute winner, and playing regularly again, he continued: "I've not had that feeling for a while. It sends the fans home happy and means everybody can enjoy their weekend, so it's brilliant.

"All the boys are brilliant, the manager and the training. I'm loving it. Coming from Arbroath and being in and out the team I'm enjoying it and hope to continue playing every week to help the team."

Alloa now sit in fourth, six points from the summit of the league but Donnelly insists it's vital the team take it one game at a time.

He said: "Every game is so important in these leagues, you can never look more than one game ahead.Two wins might take you [right up the table] but if you lose two you're back down. You need to take it one game at a time in these leagues and that's what we'll do.

"They gave a good account of themselves, they were hard to beat and for the last 15 minutes of the first half they were on top.

"Every game in this league is hard, there's not much between the teams on any given day. No-one's got any given right to win a game so you need to be on your best all the time to get three points.

"Results like that will build confidence, hopefully we can go next week and give another good account of ourselves."