Sully has been sidelined since the early part of the season with a fractured thumb and, after a lengthy healing process, looked in fine fettle at Broadhall Way, making several good saves in his first competitive game of the season.
"I feel great," said the Scottish international afterwards. "I was delighted with the majority of the bits and pieces out there and pleased with a lot of it. There are still one or two bits to work on, but apart from that it was good and it's good to be back."
Sully said there was no fear factor involved when it came to testing his thumb in real combat and reported that he knew all was well soon into his first training session.
"To be honest, I knew after 20 minutes of my first training session that my thumb was fine. It's one of them with broken bones - it's either mended or it's not. You can tell as soon as you catch a ball.
"Obviously, if I get one on the end like I did the first time it might go again! It's just the way it is. My thumb is fine, it feels great and there are no problems with it."
Neil Sullivan declared himself delighted with the majority of his game after making his comeback from injury for the reserves against Arsenal at Stevenage on Monday evening.