Speaking to BBC Radio Sheffield afterwards, he said "It's great to be back.
"I was happy to come on and the gaffer wanted me to shake it up in the second half. I've never claimed to be a great player but at least I run around and try to make things happen and it was great to score the winner."
Looking ahead to Tuesday's Carling Cup match with Derby, Warne, in his second spell at the club on a one year deal, added: "It's nice to have a cup run financially for the club, but personally I'm not so bothered - they mean nothing at the end of the season, I want to concentrate on doing well in the league and getting this club promoted, that's the success we all want.
"If I play on Tuesday and score though i'll have to wear my spikes and do 100 metres on the track instead of up the toichline - I was nackered!" he joked.