LUKAS Jutkiewicz was shattered but delighted after his full debut ended with an absolutely vital away win.

The 17-year-old striker ran himself into the ground for the visitors and earned considerable praise from his manager and his colleagues after the 2-1 triumph at Glanford Park.

He said: "It took a lot out of energy out of me and I was shattered towards the end.

"I was told on Sunday that I was starting and it came as a massive shock.

"I was happy with the way it went. It would have been nice to get a goal on my debut but you can't have everything.

"It doesn't matter how the goals go in. Any goal is a decent goal.

"We bounced back well from Saturday's massive disappointment and that shows we've got character.

"My chance has come a lot sooner than I expected but I'm really enjoying it. I have to keep working hard and try and stay in the squad.

"I really believe we can stay up. We can push on from this win and with the fans behind us I don't see any reason why we can't get three more victories."

Match-winner Ricky Shakes probably won't trouble the goal of the season' poll with his 39th minute strike at Glanford Park but frankly who cares?

The youngster said: "It wasn't the cleanest strike but they all count.

"Trevor's got us back in it with the penalty and then to score when we did gave us a big lift just before the break.

"All the boys have worked hard and Rhys has made sure we've kept all three points."