Manchester United's Paddy McNair has the ability to be a goal-scoring finisher, according to the club's under-21 team manager Warren Joyce.
The Northern Irishman was picked as a holding midfielder in that match and scored the decisive goal in a 1-0 win, arriving late in the box and sweeping the ball in.
The 20-year-old played as a holding midfielder twice for Northern Ireland during the international break.
United's first team have struggled with their holding midfield combinations in a 4-2-3-1 formation this season.
Discussing the goal for McNair on Monday night, Joyce told MUTV: "He's done it before. He's a good footballer. He came to the club as a No 10. We know that he's got good feet. We know that he's got good technical ability.
"He went through a massive growth spurt when he was under 18 and came out of it and ended up playing in more backward positions, but he's done that before for us. Against Reading, a couple of years ago, he got the goal to get us in the playoff finals with a last-ditch winner. There's a good finisher in there and he's come up trumps again."