Reading boss Ruben Selles labelled the coach journey home from Barnsley 'a good moment for all of us' as videos emerged of the side celebrating League One survival together.

Drawing 2-2 with promotion-chasing Barnsley at Oakwell last week, a point was enough to secure mathematical survival when married up with results elsewhere in the third tier.

Uncertain when exiting the field in South Yorkshire, players and fans had little chance to celebrate together on the pitch, but the staff and players made sure to let their hair down on the trip back to Berkshire.

Selles revealed that the coach stopped for beers for the drive and defender Amadou Mbengue live-streamed celebrations on Instagram.

Reading Chronicle:

"The game finished and we did the press conference," Selles started. "We didn’t put everything down to know it was mathematical in that moment so when I came back after talking with their manager the boys were waiting and said we were safe because they had to play together and all of this. They were happy and asked me to stop for a couple of beers for the way back which was good."

One clip, in particular, caught the supporters' eye, with Selles himself stepping away from his pizza to bust a move in the aisle of the coach, much to his players' delight.

"They were dancing and in the moment Amadou [Mbengue] approached me," Selles said with a grin on his face. "It was a good moment for all of us, not only me. That is part of the culture and it has developed. It was good to be part of it and a good moment for all of us."