Wycombe Wanderers loanee Luke Bolton was thrilled to make his debut as the Blues beat Plymouth Argyle on Saturday.

Bolton, 19, came off the bench in the second half to make his Chairboys bow and showed glimpses of his talent as Wanderers recorded their third League One victory on the spin.

The on-loan Manchester City man said: "It was good to get the win.

"It is a lot different to the under 23s. You feel part of the team and everyone is fighting for the same cause and I think the lads put in a great shift.

"When I came on I tried to do the same thing and do what Paris was doing before me and the gaffer was happy with all of us.

"I feel like I can create goals and get quality in the box. I will always work hard and track my full back and give everything."

Bolton also paid tribute to the Wycombe squad, who have already made him feel well at home in south Bucks.

He added: "They are an absolutely top bunch of lads.
"Blooms [Matt Bloomfield] and the skip [Adam El-Abd] have been great with me and all the lads have really welcomed me in and not left me out of anything. They have made me feel really at home."

Bolton has also worked under the tutelage of Pep Guardiola who is regarded as one of the finest managers in world football.

The Stockport-born winger explained there are a few similarities between Guardiola and Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth.

He commented: "They are similar on workrate. It is massive for Pep and massive for the gaffer and going and expressing yourself as well.

"It is obviously different tactics for both managers but most gaffers want hard work."