Sir Henry CecilConnections of Songbird are in no hurry to map out a plan following the filly's impressive racecourse bow at Salisbury last week.

The daughter of Danehill Dancer cost 330,000 guineas at Tattersalls in October 2010 but did not make her debut for owner Sir Robert Ogden and trainer Sir Henry Cecil until she turned four.

Songbird, who is related to Group One winner Johann Quatz and French Derby hero Hernando, was a five-length winner at Salisbury but given the fact she has taken some time to get to the track, she will not be hurried into another run.

"I think we will take our time with her. We're not going to fire her into a big race as we've always viewed her as a type for the back-end of the year as she did have some minor immaturity issues in training," said Barry Simpson, Ogden's racing manager.

"I suppose we will look for a conditions race for her but as everyone knows, Henry likes to take his time with fillies and there's no rush.

"She looked a nice filly, it was a bit of a surprise that she won as we thought she might need it and she will come on for the run.

"She won well and in a fast time, so you couldn't really wish for more on her first, albeit belated, start.

"I think Pattern-class races could be a possibility in time and she has come out of her run well."