A THRILLED Joe Mason said that he "couldn't have dreamed of a better start" after coming on as a second half sub and scoring the equaliser on his Brewers debut.
The on loan striker said: "Obviously we would have liked to have won the game today and had enough chances to do that but we will take a point.
"I did want to come on today and get a goal, I saw there was a chance in the game to do that.
"I didn't really get a chance to think about the goal, I just tried to get a good connection on it.
"That's what I want to do here, score as many goals as possible and I'm the kind of striker who likes to be in and around the box - that's where I get most of my goals.
"Their goal was against the run of play but sometimes that spurs you on and I thought there was only one team going to kick on and maybe win it. It was just a shame we didn't get that second goal."