Billy Barr believes the disappointment of being withdrawn just half an hour in to Rochdale’s FA Cup tie with Newcastle United will benefit Tyler Magloire in the long run.

The Rovers youngster was hauled off after just 30 minutes in Saturday’s game having been given a tough time by Magpies winger Christian Atsu.

Magloire was making just a fifth start for the League One side, but a third in a row in an unfamiliar right back role since returning to the club following three months out injured.

He played twice for Barr’s Under-23s side last month and the 21-year-old, who has two senior Rovers appearances to his name, has been backed to respond.

“He’ll probably be disappointed on the day being taken off but on reflection it will have given him a taste of what it’s like at the top level,” Barr said.

“It’s a chance for him to look at himself, study what he did right and what he did wrong, and try and adapt his game to ensure it doesn’t happen again.

“I’m sure that he’s going to have a long career.”

Tony Mowbray has confirmed that Magloire, one of three young central defenders out on loan, will see out the remainder of his stay with Brian Barry-Murphy’s side.

And despite a lack of match minutes, Barr believes the time away from Ewood Park will be hugely beneficial for Magloire.

“He’s still a lot of game-time behind. He’s played three games now,” he added.

“He’s playing out of position which I think is great, a big challenge.  Physically he can cope with it, technically he’s probably going to have to be better than he’s showing.

“I went to watch him against Accrington and I thought he coped on the day.

“He’s playing first team football which is great. He’s only had 60 minutes and a full game with us so it will be hard for him.”