Defender Osman Kakay has expressed his delight with his and the team performance in Chesterfield’s’ 1-1 draw away to Gillingham on Tuesday.
The teenage right-back hailing from Sierra Leone and Nigerian parents joined the club on loan from QPR and will remain at the Proact until April 30.
Tom Anderson late strike earned the Spireites a vital point at Priestfield.
Kakay, 19, was unlucky not to open his Chesterfield account after linking up brilliantly with Simons to work a shooting opportunity; he smashed the ball goalwards but was thwarted by Nelson from point-blank range.
Speaking after the match in his post-match interview, Kakay was pleased.
“My debut was really good, he said. “Physically, physically the game was really tough. I thought we played really well as a team we were very strong and solid.
“We done what we had to do we deserved it, obviously disappointed to concede from the long throw was a bit cheaper, but the way we played we set a mark. We deserved the point.”
The struggling English League One side are back in action again on Saturday they host Bury.
They’re presently second from bottom in a serious relegation dogfight.