TYRELL Warren will add more 'quality' to Barrow AFC after his return from injury according to boss Pete Wild.

Warren made an instant impact in his first start since picking up a hamstring injury in September against Doncaster Rovers, netting one of the Bluebirds' three goals in their defeat at the hands of Karl Robinson's Salford City.

Following the goal-scoring return of the AFC left-back, Wild spoke about how once Warren's fitness improves he will continue to be an asset to his side.

He said: "Ty tired after 60 minutes but it was great to have him back as he brings so much quality to the team.

"He is good in both boxes as he showed on Saturday and as he gets stronger and fitter I am sure we will see a better version of Ty as we go forward."

The Bluebirds will welcome Bradford City to Holker Street in their next League Two test and ahead of this fixture the Barrow boss provided an update on his squad's fitness and gave his thoughts on the FA handing striker Jamie Proctor a further one-match ban following his sending off against AFC Wimbledon. 

He said: "Junior is around two weeks away. He is striking the ball well and has joined in with all the non-contact exercises which is good and slowly but surely we are getting him to where he needs to be.

"Certainly when he is cleared he is going to need a few games in the B team to get him up to standard so hopefully the quicker he can get the nod we can get him in a few games.

"I am disappointed with the outcome of that, I don't think Jamie did a lot wrong but it is what it is, there is nothing I can do about it now and Jamie knows where he is now so he can push forward."