"It's never over until it's over but even at 3-2 I thought we would be alright but you must remember we have got a young side, a young defence. They learned from Saturday's defeat at Preston and I thought that showed here the way we played for the first 75 minutes. Now they must learn from this.
"They have not got experience but I have and that's what I must pass on to them, I will not let dwell on the negatives. They must accentuate the positives and the positive for me was the way we played in the first 75 minutes because we pulverised Plymouth then.
"I will think about it but we have all got to be bubbly and bright on Thursday morning when we are back in, because we are at home on Saturday.
"We've got to take something from the fact we scored five of the goals tonight."
"We had a bit of luck with the first goal to get us back into it, but then the momentum was with us and these lads don't know how to give up. It's a funny old game but it's never over until it's over and these boys don't know how to give up.
"I am very proud of them, the spirit they showed tonight is why I came here. I admire that.
"I was tempted to make the change at half-time.
"Once Lil and Akos came on they changed it for us, they both played their parts."