BARNSLEY boss Mark Robins believes the best is yet to come from new signing Danny Haynes.
The former Bristol City forward made his debut for the Reds on Saturday in a battling 1-1 home draw with high-flying Swansea City.
And the 23-year-old was unlucky to have a first-half strike cancelled out for offside at Oakwell, a goal which would have capped a solid performance from the Reds' latest recruit.
"Danny gives us a different dimension," said Robins. "He's a London lad, so it's testament to him that he's come up north to play here.
"He's got a young family and we'll help him settle in at the club.
He's only known his teammates for two days and come in and put a real shift in.
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