Young stopper keen to keep momentum going.Jed Steer has told www.doncasterroversfc.co.uk that he is settling in to life at the Club…and two clean sheets in as many games has gone a long way to helping.
“I’ll take that all day long,” said the Aston Villa loanee in the aftermath of Tuesday’s win against York City.
“We’re on a high at the moment after two games but can’t get carried away, there’s still a lot of hard work to do on the training ground.”
Rovers overcame League 2 City in a tight game Capital One Cup tie thanks to Harry Forrester’s injury time winner, which now sets up an away tie at Championship outfit Watford.
“It’s brilliant to have Harry, he came on and made the difference with that little spark that he’s got and what a finish it was with all of a minute or so to go.
“We want a cup run and feel confident of whoever we come up against,” he said.
Steer has initially signed a three month loan deal from Villa Park but was eligible to feature in the League Cup and was diffident about the possibility of extending his stay in South Yorkshire.
“Fingers crossed, you never know, I’ve loved my two games so far and would love to keep playing games.
“We’ve done a lot in training with the back four and me and we’ve all got to know each other quickly so its been a good solid unit and long may it continue."