"It was amazing, really, making my debut against the team that made me. "To be honest, I didn't think I was going to get on because there were a few other players in front of me, but I'm happy that the manager gave me my chance and I thought I did well. "We were 4-1 up when I came on so (Steve McClaren) just said: 'Keep it nice and tight and do what you can do.' "Sometimes you've just got to keep the ball if you're winning, rather than go forward. "Even though I wanted to score as much as ever, the chance wasn't really there so you can't force it. "Now I've had a taste, I want more and more. I'm sure the manager will bring me back in when he thinks I'm ready again."Toney is expected to spend the majority of the campaign as part of the Magpies' development squad, rather than as a first teamer - although he could force his way into McClaren's short-term plans if he impresses, just as Ayoze Perez did last season. For all the latest NUFC News, Views and Transfers make sure to follow WhatCulture.com/NUFC on Twitter and Facebook.