He told the Daily Mail: "I pulled Glen to one side quietly before the game, told him one or two of the chaps might think he needed help with Young.
"Then I told him that I had no doubts, none at all. Told him to go and be the player I think he is. Told him to make sure I didn't have to regret believing in him.
"Believing in your players, showing them you have faith in what they can do. That's half the battle."