The Brazilian striker struck in the 2-0 win.
"He's a good lad first and foremost. I've picked that up in training. He wants to do extra, he wants to work, he wants to get fit, he's hungry. I thought he showed that in his performance today. You sometimes get players who are used to playing at a higher level in their own minds, and they come down to this level and don't put the performance in, but I couldn't question Wellington," Haycock told whufc.com.