Alfie May was pleased to make an impact in his second half substitute appearance in the late 2-2 draw with Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday.
His stoppage time corner delivery was the ball into the box that allowed Matty Blair to direct home a last gasp equaliser to secure a point against the former Premier League side.
He was pleased to see the team get something out of the game having originally led through fellow attacker Kyle Vassell's first half finish.
"It's a positive result. They're a massive club - you can see the crowd they brought," he said.
"It's a good performance in terms of a good reaction from the boys to get the draw against a big club and a good reaction for last Saturday as well.
"At the minute I'm on set pieces. I'm not thinking about them, I'm just trying to put it in an area for the boys to try and stick it into the net.
"We got the equaliser from it and it's my job to get on the pitch and try and do something for the team."
May also spoke about the impact of long-time teammate Blair's late leveller against a club that meant so much to him and his family from his father, a former Wednesday player, to his late brother who was an Owls fan.
Watch the full interview with May above on iFollow and on the EFL iFollow app.
The next action for the Robins comes on Tuesday night at Portsmouth.
You can buy tickets and away travel for the game at Fratton Park. Make sure you buy in advance as you will not be able to purchase on the day at Portsmouth.