"I don't think anyone can disagree that this is the right way to handle Jermain,'' he told the club's site. "To bring him on later on, when the game becomes more stretched and the opposition are tiring, is the right way - we've proved that time and time again this season."
However, some fans wish for more, and want to see more of our excellent youngster, and were calling for him way before Glenn let him loose at the Boleyn yesterday. They may yet get their wish this season:
"He may well start a couple of the last seven matches of this season and next season he'll be ready to compete on a level playing field with all the other strikers at the club."