Reading super-sub Femi Azeez is hoping to give Paul Ince 'a bit of a dilemma' ahead of the trip to Cardiff City on Friday.

The youngster came off the bench at half-time of the 2-1 win over Rotherham United, changing the game as the Royals came from behind to steal the win.

Assisting Andy Carroll for the equaliser, pinging a wicked free-kick into the box, his free-kick was flicked on by Carroll for Tyrese Fornah to head home the winner in stoppage time to seal the turnaround.

Speaking to the club after the win, the winger wants to stake a claim to start in the coming weeks.

"It’s good giving the manager a bit of a dilemma," he said. "He’s got to pick what he thinks is best for the team on the day. If it’s me, great, if it’s not me then if I can come on and impact it then that’s the main thing.

"That’s football- we win some, we lose some. Getting our first win of the year, at home, we need to build on it now and get some momentum going. We need to keep on getting three points, that’s the main thing. We’re going to Cardiff with three points on our mind, and then Blackpool the game after- three points."