Coleman's side are three games unbeaten after overcoming a poor run of results and the manager was quick to acknowledge Ryan's contribution.
He said: "He is a great lad and works really hard. He had plenty of chances and if you buy enough tickets you stand a chance of winning the raffle and he deserved his goal.
"We were enterprising and inventive and we have got to keep playing this way. I was just disappointed we didn't get a second to ease our nerves.
"Three games is good for us especially considering the form we were in before Christmas. Now we have got to kick on and build on this."