Assistant manager Chris Lucketti was pleased with City's performance, as they progressed to the Semi-Finals of the Bristol Street Motors Trophy with a 1-0 win over Doncaster Rovers.
Lucketti, who took main place in the dugout as a result of Graham Alexander's one-match touchline suspension, was pleased with both the quality his side showed but also how they defended well when they needed to.
“It was a fantastic performance and result,” he said.
“We had the moment of quality too with (Harry) Chappy’s goal.
“But we also made saves and defended well when we needed to.
“With Kevin (McDonald) and (Alex) Gilly in the middle of the park, we had real composure and control.
“We showed a lot of composure in possession as a team.
“You look through the team and we had very good performances all over the pitch.
“After making seven changes, it has given the gaffer food for thought going into Saturday.”
Lucketti was pleased for Harry Chapman after his well taken free-kick secured the victory, and he was glad he could show the ability he has.
“It is always nice to score any goal,” he added.
“But to see that hit the back of the net with the quality of the shot, it is going to do Chappy the world of good.
“He has been struggling to get up to where he needs to be fitness wise, but you can see the quality he has got.
“There are not many players on the pitch who can finish like that.”