Matty was again flying down the left against the Dons where the second string recorded an impressive 2-0 win with the 21-year-old providing the final ball for both goals.
He has been absent from first team duty since mid-November after initially sustaining bone bruising to his ankle in the Worthington Cup tie at Burnley.
"It's good to get back in amongst it," said a happy Matty last night. "I enjoyed it, even though it was not the best conditions in the world but it is a matter of getting my fitness back.
"As long as I'm playing, that is the main thing.
"I felt okay, to be fair, considering I've been out for a couple of months. I felt sharp enough, obviously there is still a bit to come, but I felt alright."
Matty first attempted a playing return in mid-November, playing the first half of the derby at Highbury, but has since concentrated on reaching peak fitness.
"I wanted to make sure it was right this time. I kept playing on it when it wasn't and I wanted it to be 100 per cent and I think it is now," he added, before admitting that he hopes a first team call isn't too far away.
"Hopefully. I might need another reserve game or two, but I should be there or thereabouts."
Matthew Etherington made his return from injury for the reserves against Wimbledon on Monday evening and reports no adverse reaction.