Youngster Harry Anderson made his Football League debut for Posh on Saturday.

He entered the fray in the 81st minute against Bradford City at the ABAX Stadium and those nine minutes (plus stoppages) will never be forgotten by youngster Harry Anderson.

The 18-year-old has been outstanding for the under 18s this term and has been named on the substitute's bench for the first team for several games in recent weeks.

Anderson, who joined from Crawley Town, deserved his opportunity according to caretaker manager Dave Robertson.

'Harry is a second year scholar. Harry is a great lad, he is full of energy and enthuisasm and he is an impact player. I am over the moon for the lad, I know how excited he was to get his opportunity at the weekend to show the fans what he is all about.

'I am sure there will be plenty of other opportunities in the first team for Harry in the not too distant future,' Robertson said.

Chairman Darragh MacAnthony said: 'We were all very excited for him to make his debut on Saturday and Harry is one we feel has a brilliant head on his young shoulders, will excite our fans and has the kind of attitude on and off the pitch that makes us all feel he will  be a brilliant member of our first team squad for many years to come.'