AFC Wimbledon manager Neal Ardley believes there is more to come from new signing Harry Forrester.

The midfielder made his debut for the Dons on Tuesday (August 29) in their 4-3 victory away to Barnet in the Checkatrade Trophy.

“It was everything I’ve seen from him in training,” Neal said after the match.

“He has got some lovely touches, some lovely skill. He was a part of all the good stuff in the first 25 minutes, but you could see he started to feel tired, certainly in the last 15 minutes of the first half and probably 15 minutes after the second half.

He added: “We know that we’ve got some work to do with him so that we can get him up to speed, but once we get him there then he will be a good player for us.”

AFC Wimbledon are in action this Saturday (September 2) when they travel to Bloomfield Road in a Sky Bet League 1 tie with Blackpool.

Kick-off is at 3pm.