IFFY ONUORA paid tribute to Town's attacking prowess after watching Walsall suffer a fifth defeat of the season.
The 36-year-old, now player-coach at the Bescot Stadium, was in the opposite dug-out to Peter Jackson as Pawel Abbott (2) and Junior Mendes sealed success for Town.
Onuora - who was released by Town after their play-off success four months ago - guided from the touchline because manager Paul Merson was on the pitch.
While he's still registered as a player, Onuora has no plans to play again unless there's a dire emergency at the fourth-bottom club.
And he commented: "There were no great surprises in the way Town played.
"They were powerful going forward and looked reasonably solid at the back.
"Like so many times this season, though, we gave ourselves a mountain to climb by conceding a couple of goals which could have been avoided."
So is he enjoying the coaching side of the game?
"You don't enjoy your Saturday nights after results like this!" said Onuora, who was presented with a play-off medal by his mate Jackson after the game.
"You feel the hurt a lot more on the sidelines than you do on the pitch because there is little you can do as a coach while the game is going on. That's the frustrating thing."