GOALSCORING hero Keyon Reffell admitted he didn't know which part of his body the ball came off as he scored a dramatic winner for Hereford today.

Reffell bundled home James Bowen's cross in the 94th minute when it looked like the Bulls would have to settle for a point against their resolute opponents.

The win means that Hereford are now just one point behind Evo-Stik South leaders King's Lynn Town, with three games in hand.

"I think it came off Eliot Richards' head and then it's come off me and gone in the corner," said Reffell.

"I think they set us to frustrate us and sat back for most of the game, but we won the game and that's the main thing.

"Scoring goals is definitely something that I wanted to improve on this season.

"At Merthyr I had a lot of assists, but now I want to kick on and score more goals."

Reffell played on the right hand side of midfield and said he enjoys attacking at defences.

"I am normally number 10, but I enjoy it out wide because I get a lot of the ball and can attack people," he said.

Biggleswade manager Chris Nunn felt that Reffell may have used his hand when scoring the goal.

"When we come to Hereford we have to defend well and have a bit of luck and unfortunately we had a little bit of bad luck at the end," said Nunn,

"My keeper thought he punched it in and if we come to Hereford, we need decisions to go our away, but it doesn't matter."