The impish Irish forward certainly saw plenty of the ball in a 12-minute cameo in our 2-1 FA Cup victory.
It was the 20-year-old's first senior appearance since his full debut at Wolves on the last day of last season and followed Dean Marney's spectacular home debut against Everton on New Year's Day.
Dean, Mark and Phil Ifil have all tasted first team action this season.
"Yeatesy has great feet and could have scored four goals!" smiled Martin. "It was amazing.
"Every time he got the ball he went into their box but unfortunately didn't finish it off. He always looked to create something.
"I'm happy that the crowd know him now because we have some great youngsters and he is another.
"We have four or five good youngsters and another couple in the reserves that
people don't know about yet."
Martin Jol said he was delighted to throw another youngster into the action after Mark Yeates made his home debut against Brighton.