He said, "I got a great reception and was amazed by the support. There were thousands of our fans there. The fans were brilliant and made what was a good derby atmosphere. The only disappointing thing was we couldn't get the three points for them. I thought the game went okay from my point of view, and like I said the only disappointment was we couldn't get all the points. The first half was strange. In my 20 years in the game I don't think I've had many halves that quiet. I think I touched the ball once in 25 minutes! It's not too difficult to keep focused, because I knew that eventually we would come under pressure. It's natural when you're playing away from home. Then I made a couple of good saves which always help the confidence and I was pleased with my second half, although it's always disappointing to concede a goal. I've not played much football this season so to get a good 90 minutes under my belt was good for confidence."
Talking of tonight's Johnston Paint trophy game at Doncaster he went on, "It's not a competition I've played too many games in, to be honest. I played in it a couple of years ago when the competition was under a different name, but it's fairly new to me. We want to win no matter the competition, and we'll be going over to Doncaster looking to win the game."