"He's a very nice guy and was really humble about everything. He said: 'At 2-1 you gave us a real scare. We knew what a decent and well-organised team you would be because we had you watched.'
"And then he said: 'Now you've got to get promoted - you have a great little team there.'
"He couldn't have been nicer and he was an absolute pleasure to speak to. I've got a lot of respect for him.
"Straight after the game, he actually knocked on our dressing room door, came in and said 'Well done, boys. You played very well' to all of the players.
"It was a nice touch and he didn't have to do that."