INNES CAMERON'S sixth Alloa goal wasn't enough to secure a victory for his side but it was another reminder of what could have been.

Cameron, a loan signing in the January transfer window, headed Stevie Hetherington's corner past Aidan McAdams to put his side in the lead before Markus Fjortoft equalised.

The Kilmarnock loanee's goals have been vital at times for the Wasps as they fought to retain their place in the Championship. In the end, it wasn't to be and it's impossible not to wonder what might have happened had Cameron been secured in the summer.

Speaking after the game at Cappielow, Cameron said: "It's a hard place to come, pitch isn't in the greatest [condition], you're trying to play football and it's bobbling all over the place. A good point, probably thought we deserved the three."

Following the news of Peter Grant's departure at the end of the season, Cameron said the team owe him their best.

He said: "It's a difficult situation but everyone's playing as if he's still going to be the manager next season, we owe it to him to keep giving our best for the jersey and whoever will be there next season will be looking to see what players are still there and hopefully take them back up next season."

Cameron's time at Alloa is coming to an end and he says he's loved his time with the club and is hoping to finish it on a high.

He said: "It's been amazing, I'm just loving playing football, that's what I came here to do.

"I've been given the opportunity so I'm very grateful. Hopefully, I know we're down but hopefully I've done what I came here to do and to score goals.

"The boys will give 100 per cent until the very end so we're looking forward to next week, the final game of the season and hopefully we can get another few points."

Asked if a goal and three points would be a good way to finish his time here, he said he wants more than one.

"That would be the perfect ending," he said. "A couple goals and a win, that would be brilliant."

Grant added: "I've been delighted with him since he came in. The biggest thing for me that gives him the greatest chance in his football career [is] he's got an unbelievable work ethic and professionalism. He never stops going, I'm delighted he got his goal."