Jake Andrews has vowed to keep proving what he can do after making his full Football League debut in the battling 1-1 draw with Notts County.
Andrews, on loan from Bristol City, was handed a starting jersey for the encounter at the LCI Rail Stadium, after making his club debut off the bench in the five-star win over Port Vale.
And he impressed throughout as the Robins deservedly secured another Sky Bet League Two point.
"Today has been the longest day of my life and I couldn't wait to get going,” said Andrews.
"I thought it went well. I found out two days ago ago, so it has given me a chance to prepare.
"I started right wing and then ended up left wing back, which is not somewhere I would normally play, but I felt it went well.
"I have been patient and the gaffer said I would get my chance. Tonight I got that so I am grateful to him.
"Before I signed the gaffer said I was coming in as the seventh loan and I had to work my way in and, when I got a chance, stay there,” he added.
"I feel I have done well tonight so hopefully I can stay there Saturday.
"I have scored two free kicks in reserves games so I just need to gaffer to put his trust in me.
"The squad here is good. We have players like Elijah (Adebayo) who didn’t make the squad today so there is a lot of competition. I have just got to keep proving what I can do.”