Aston Villa defender Stephen Warnock is impressed by the club's young players but feels it is important not to put too much pressure on them.
Striker Andreas Weimann, 20, scored his first goal for Villa in dramatic fashion at the weekend, coming off the bench to score an injury-time winner to give his side a 1-0 victory over Fulham.
Barry Bannan and Gary Gardner combined well in the lead up to the goal and Warnock is excited by his side's youngsters.
"The young lads have managed to keep themselves sharp and they keep the place bubbling around the training ground," Warnock told the Express and Star.
"They're lively lads, they like to keep all the older players going and give out a lot of banter. It's great for the atmosphere, but they also know how to put the performances in on the pitch.
"You look at Marc Albrighton, Barry Bannan, Gary Gardner and obviously Andreas Weimann and realise these are good players.
"They need time though, you can't just throw them in straight away and expect big things of them. They are young players and they need a bit of time, but they're really good."
The England international went on to express his delight at Weimann's winner, saying the Austrian fully deserved his goal.
"The end of the match was great, especially for Andreas who's been proving himself in the reserves," he added. "He's scored a hell of a lot of goals of late, we see him every day and we know what we can do.
"It was also important for us from a defensive point of view to get that clean sheet. It lays a foundation for something to happen."