Swindon`s winless run stands at four matches after the 2-2 draw at Wycombe but Robins boss Danny Wilson refuses to throw in the towel on their automatic promotion bid.
Billy Paynter cancelled out Matt Bloomfield's opener before Alex Revell, who missed a penalty, put Wanderers back in front after 75 minutes. But Alan Sheehan coolly slotted in Town`s second equaliser 10 minutes from time to ensure a share of the spoils.
Wilson, whose side are four points behind second-placed Leeds with two games remaining, said: "I've said before it will go to the very last game of the season and still I don't alter my opinion - it will do. There's certain teams that are up there that think it's all done and dusted but it's not, there's too many big games to play yet."
He added: "We have to make sure that if there's any slip-ups we can take advantage, and that starts on Saturday.
"We've got to get back on the horse and do all the things we know we're good at - it wasn't anywhere near enough (against Wycombe)."
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