Photograph courtesy of Ross County Football Club and Jordan White
You joined Ross County in the January transfer window. How have you settled into life at the club?
I’m delighted to join the club and looking forward to the challenge ahead! I know that it will be a tough one but I think we have the squad here to succeed and I want to play my part to help the club as best I can.
Talk me through your debut. A win over Hamilton Accies and a goal for yourself. You must be delighted?
I was buzzing with the goal on my debut! Scoring your first goal for a club is always the hardest one so to get it out the way quickly was pleasing but the result was the most important thing for me and the squad.
You recently celebrated your 29th birthday. As you approach your thirties, how much does playing football mean to you now and what are you going to achieve going forward?
I feel good, I think people think when you get close to 30 you’re old but I don’t think that’s the case at all. I think I will have plenty years ahead of me and the most important thing to me is playing games of football and enjoying it! Ross County have given me a platform to play and I’m relishing this opportunity.