Second year scholar Max Adamson was delighted after making a goalscoring return from injury in the youth team’s dramatic win over Bradford City.
Rovers U18s striker scored a second-half brace at the Hoober Homes Elite Performance Centre to add to Oliver Piekarski’s earlier success and give his side a 3-2 win.
Adamson said: “I approached it the same as any other game though because I want to score in any match.
“Now it’s just about kicking on, finding the back of the net as much as I can and making up for that lost time I have missed from injury over the last few months.
“I needed to hit the ground running so hopefully this is just the start of a good run for me now and I can make the most of it.”
After the youth team recorded their third win from three games, Adamson stressed the importance of wins to the youth team.
He added: “Bradford was a great result for us. We had to dig in and fight to the end because we know how much of a good team Bradford are.
“We stuck to the task, played really well and started to unlock what we know we can do. We’re getting better every day now and the spirit amongst us is just building up all the time.
“We’ve stuck with each other through what has been a tough period for us since the FA Youth Cup but we just need to keep finding these wins now because we’re just growing in confidence every time.”