Jane herself was pleased with the positive feedback from Casey but insisted she was just doing her job.
“Yeah, I mean, that is obviously the role of the game-changers in general,” she said after her 11th WSL appearance of the campaign.
“I think, for any player coming onto the pitch, to be able to have an impact in the game and help us get the three points, that’s important.”
The 31-year-old shares the view of her coach that the Reds improved as the game got on.
“It’s a difficult pitch to play on, to be honest, to play the style of football that we want to play. It was difficult, it’s a two-touch pitch for sure. In the second half we came out a bit more positive and created quite a few chances.”
Our final WSL game of the season is against Everton at Leigh Sports Village on May 9.