Norwich City striker Simeon Jackson hailed the performance of goalkeeper Jed Steer after their FA Cup win over West Bromwich Albion.

The star for the Canaries was 19-year-old Steer who pulled off a string of fine saves including two from Shane Long and Joe Mattock in the dying seconds to deny the Baggies a replay.

Jackson said: "Jed's debut was unreal. I watched him from the bench during the first half and he was outstanding from start to finish.

"He was one of the reasons we got the result. I see him every day in training and he is as good as he showed today.

"When I was 19, I was a bag of nerves when I came on to the pitch but he came out oozing confidence.

"You have to be a strong character being a goalkeeper. He is quite quiet but an outstanding keeper and has done his chances no harm."