WILL Miller says scoring his debut goal for the Brewers was "crazy" after coming on as a sub to grab a late equaliser at Wolves.
A 1-1 draw was the least Albion deserved from the trip to Molineux but they looked to be heading for defeat until the Spurs loanee popped up in the penalty box deep in injury time.
Miller, speaking after the match, said: "It was crazy - but I was just buzzing that I could help the team get a point and I was delighted to get my first league goal. It was massive to get a point here.
"Marcus (Harness) put in the cross from the right and my thought was to get in the box and Lloyd (Dyer) pulled it back into the space and I was there and I stuck it in."
Miller ran straight to the touch line to manager Nigel Clough after scoring.
"As soon as I scored I wasn't thinking straight I was just off," he said.
"It has been amazing experience being here. It has been quite easy settling in and I just want to keep playing and to score a few more goals. We have high aspirations here and a good feeling in the dressing room and there was disappointment we didn't get the win but it was good to come away with a point at least and we go again at Fulham on Tuesday."