ANDY GRAHAM praised his teammates for their response to going behind and says he needs to score more goals as his side never lose when he's on the scoresheet.

Alloa captain Graham scored the equaliser against Queen of the South before Kevin Cawley's strike on the hour mark sealed the three points.

However, the defender wants the team to take the front foot more often than they're currently doing.

He told Advertiser Sport: "I think that's been our problem all season, not getting ahead in games.

"I think [on Saturday] when we go ahead, that's when we start playing better because we've got that wee bit more relaxation about your play, and it is frustrating.

"We're losing soft goals when we're in possession of the ball but credit to wee Kev, it's his pass that they go and score from but he goes and scores the winner, so that shows great character and that's what you're looking for as players in your teammates."

Graham's goal came in slightly controversial circumstances with Connor Shields on the ground following a collision between the two, but Graham played on as the referee never blew his whistle.

"Stevie [Hetherington]'s put the ball front area and myself and Connor have both went for the ball," Graham said. "We've collided, I don't think it's a foul either way, I think we've just hit into each other.

"It wasn't a head knock so I've got up, the ball's ricocheting around in the box so it would be wrong to stop the game. It's broke my way luckily and I managed to put it in. When the ball comes that close you shouldn't be missing.

"I think I've got 13 now so we should have just chucked it at that point.

"We don't seem to lose when I score so I just need to score more often."

Tonight Graham and the team to travel to Inverness Caley Thistle before Arbroath travel to the Indodrill.

Graham continued: "They're all big games because you're running out of games with the shortened season.

"It's really important we take the confidence from this and go and build on it. It's hard, football's really difficult when you're not winning and when things aren't going your way it's easy to down tools.

"That's the most pleasing thing, you go a goal down, you get another kick in the teeth but the boys react really, really well and we go on to win the game.

"I'm delighted, we just take it on to the next few games and hopefully put a wee run together."