Scott, first of all, have you come down to earth from the weekend yet, as to the impact of your goal from everyone you know I imagine? Friends, family, social media?
“Yeah obviously you try and stay away from social media as much as you can sort of thing and not take too much notice of the outside but not for that, because that was an amazing moment for me and my family. My dad was in the crowd with my sister’s fiancé, so that was an amazing feeling for them, first of all, being in the stadium, but when you’re playing you just know you’ve got to keep going, you’ve got to keep doing the right things. A goal is a goal, but it was a special one at the same time, so obviously I’ll look back at that in a couple weeks and think I can’t believe it, but for now we’ve got games coming thick and fast and obviously for us we have to keep going.”
Five goals from midfield. I remember you playing up front quite a lot for the U23s. Was that more of your game that you want to bring into it as well?
“Yeah it’s always been part of my game, scoring goals from midfield and obviously making the box late and scoring from outside the box as well. Headers as well, I need to do better with them as well, so obviously there are a lot of things that I need to improve on. Obviously goalscoring is something that I take very, very seriously and obviously for myself it’s nice to get a few goals in the last couple of weeks, coming back from injury, but you need to keep scoring as regularly as you can and pushing towards the end of the season for trophies as well.”