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30 September 2014

Midfielder delighted to score on his second Town debut and hails the draw with Wednesday as a good point

Jonny Williams admitted that his second Town debut will be one he won’t forget in a hurry.

The Town midfielder, who rejoined the Club on a second loan from Crystal Palace yesterday, came off the bench to score within four minutes of his debut to ensure Blues drew 1-1 with Sheffield Wednesday.

The point means Mick McCarthy’s side remain in the Play-Off places going in to Sunday’s game with Nottingham Forest.

“That was a great debut and one I won’t forget quickly!” the Wales international told the Club website.

“It was a great feeling to score so soon after coming on and it was fantastic to celebrate with the lads and of course the fans, who have been brilliant with me.

“I signed on Monday and to be honest it doesn’t really feel like I’ve been away, it was great to see so many familiar faces and I felt we deserved the point tonight.

“Sheffield Wednesday are a good side so it has to be seen as a good result, although it would have been nice to get the win.

“I came off towards the end as I just felt my groin, but I’m hoping I will be okay for the Forest game on Sunday. I’ll be in tomorrow to work with the physio team.”

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