LIAM Feeney has been "very professional" since being recalled early from his loan spell at Bolton, according to boss Steve Lomas.
The winger had been due to remain at the Reebok Stadium until Christmas but was brought back to The Den last week and came on as a substitute against Reading.
Lomas said: "Liam did really well. We let him out because he was not getting any games but he certainly kicked on at Bolton. To be fair to him, he has not let his disappointment of coming back early affect him.
"He put in a quality cross for Steve Morison which was typical great wing play and Liam's got that in his locker.
"He's been a little bit hindered by the fact that James Henry has always been considered the number one, but James is gone now so it's up to Liam to stake a claim to play regularly. He's got pace and a good cross on him.
"Liam was very professional. He came in on Friday and said, 'no problem, I'm ready to start or if you need me off the bench'. He came on and certainly added to the game."