BARROW AFC youngster Sean Etaluku believes he is reaping the rewards of working with David Worrall.

The winger revealed that Worrall has been acting as a sort of mentor and he says it is paying off.

Etaluku played a starring role as Barrow’s B team beat Bolton Wanderers 4-0 to reach the final of the Lancashire Senior Cup on Tuesday.

The former Burnley youth player opened the scoring as he smashed a left-footed strike into the net.

And he was brought down in the area by Wanderers’ youngster Sean Hogan to earn a penalty, which was converted by Ben Whitfield.

Etaluku then turned provider as he played in Robbie Gotts and he netted the Bluebirds’ third goal of the afternoon.

Speaking to Barrow’s official Facebook page after the game, Etaluku explained the benefits he is getting from working with Worrall.

He said: “I’ve been sat down with Woz (Worrall) learning different little tricks and stuff to improve my end product, so I’ve just got to keep working on it.

“He’s a good mentor. He helps me a lot and he’s always pushing me.

“Even when I feel I’m doing enough he’ll push me on to do more, so it’s good for my career as he’s had a great career.

“We work on little details, which to the eye you wouldn’t notice but when you are on the pitch it makes a bit of a difference.

“It’s little things like your weight of pass, your weight of cross and types of cross.

“I want to have a career like his or go even higher, so to get experience from him and the other experienced lads is what I need to improve myself.”

Etaluku knows he has to keep working hard and has identified a key area that he is looking to improve on.

“I’m trying to focus on my end product,” he added. “Obviously I got a goal and two assists (against wanderers), but it is about consistently doing it.

“I feel like some week’s I can play 10 out of 10 and some weeks I don’t play as much or get involved as much, so it’s just about keeping consistency so I can break into the first team.”