STUART McCall believes City hero Tyrell Robinson has been inspired by peer pressure.

The youngster's spectacular late goal against Wigan to clinch a sixth away win sets up tomorrow's clash with fellow high-flyers Scunthorpe at Valley Parade.

Robinson is likely to be on the bench again despite the clamour from fans to hand him a first start in the league.

But McCall is impressed with the progress the former Arsenal youngster has made – and he reckons that is down to the competition among the club's younger ranks.

The City boss said: "Tyrell's come on leaps and bounds since he's been here.

"He's right when he says he didn't start off great but Jordan Gibson signing has upped his game as well.

"He also shares a house with Omari (Patrick). He got three terrific goals at the start of the season and now Tyrell's got one – I think they are all driving each other on.

"We said before the Wigan game that Tyrell is a fantastic sub to have. He's dynamic, positive and quick.

"We wouldn't have played him as a left back on Saturday because they have a winger (Michael Jacobs) who really knows the game and we'd have to be on the side coaching him all the time.

"But we'll have a look at it for tomorrow. Scunny also got a fantastic result and won 3-0 but if we think it's right to play him and go with two out-and-out wide men, we will do."

Robinson came on as a late sub for Paul Taylor and had been on the field for less than ten minutes when he smashed his first senior goal to clinch a 2-1 victory. It was Wigan's first home league loss for eight months.

Bantams defender Matt Kilgallon said: "Tyrell is a level-headed lad and a big handful. He's impressed the gaffer and deserves his chance.

"That's what happens if you come in and train well – you get your rewards and get on the pitch. It's good for the other young lads to look at that.

"It felt like we were at home with over 2,500 fans there; drum banging, flares going off.

"That really helps us when you see a full stand packed with our fans. It's no real surprise that we're in good form away."

Only two visiting sides had avoided defeat at the DW Stadium since Wigan were relegated from the Championship.

Yet McCall was always confident that City could bounce back from the previous week's slip against Plymouth if they took the game to the division's promotion favourites.

"We had a positive mindset from Thursday onwards that we were going to come and play," he said.

"If you go with the thought of sitting in and being conservative in your forward movements, you inevitably end up getting done.

"I don't think any teams have come to Wigan and played like we did. I said we'd come and have a go at them.

"We knew if we played like we did at Portsmouth, it was pointless us going to Wigan. Maybe it was the six-hour journey that day but we were lethargic and we couldn't repeat that.

"We had to be on it from the first minute and there were a lot of strong performances."

Romain Vincelot needed stitches in his head but he should be fine to face the Iron. Taylor was also struggling with cramp.