The former Torquay and Gillingham man was the matchwinner against Chesterfield on Saturday to end a run of 1,147 minutes without a goal since joining the Chairboys.
And the 31-year-old hopes that chipped finish will be the first of many for Gareth Ainsworth's men.
He told the Bucks Free Press: "I needed one of them. It was playing on my mind a little bit. It doesn't normally but it was a long time since I last scored.
"As a striker you always get annoyed when you're not scoring goals and been working hard in training.
"All I can do is keep believing and I want to thank God that I finally got the opportunity to score. I hope I can get many more."