INNES CAMERON'S goalscoring run continued against Inverness Caley Thistle on Saturday but the Kilmarnock loanee knows he should have scored more.

Cameron opened the scoring with a great goal after a superb first touch from an equally impressive Kevin Cawley through ball took him through on goal and he made no mistake in smashing the ball past Mark Ridgers.

However, he missed a golden opportunity when Ridgers, attempting to play out from the back, passed it straight into Cameron's path and gave the striker an open goal to aim at. Painfully, his first time shot went flying over the bar.

Reflecting on a game that Alloa could and, maybe, should have won, Cameron said: "The first half we were brilliant, I probably should have...well, I know I should have scored another one so it's a hard one to take for me and the team.

"I thought we played well, but it's a point so we can't really complain, we didn't get beat so that's a good thing."

Alloa can take confidence from the performance, but at this stage of the season points are crucial.

However, Cameron is confident Alloa have enough.

He continued: "If we play like that for the remaining eight games we'll give ourselves a great chance [of staying up].

"We've created so many chances, Lee [Connelly]'s had a few, I've had a few, and we only really give away one clear-cut chance and they take a point away from us.

"So, it's one of those where you're disappointed, but at the end of the day we didn't get beat.

"[Staying up is] not mathematically impossible yet so we'll keep trying and plugging away at it and we'll be back next week."

Getting 90 minutes every week is clearly what Cameron craves and with another goal and an impressive lone striker performance, he isn't doing his hopes of staying in the team any harm.

He added: "It's good, I'm just so glad I'm getting game time, I wasn't getting any at Killie so to come here and not miss a minute yet I'm loving it and I've just got to try and impress and keep my place in the team and, hopefully, I've done enough.

"Match sharpness is a massive thing and you only get that by playing games because 10-15 minutes at the end of the game, you're not really getting much out of it. Playing 90 minutes every week is brilliant."