Weetabix Learning To Think

By hearts-mad newsroom
Last updated : 04 October 2009
"Of course I need a little time, but in the end I think the supporters will be very happy with me.

 "I do wish it could be tomorrow, but I know it is going to take longer than that.

 "I'm putting in extra work before and after training to get myself to the level I want to be at. I know I have the ability, I just have to find the sharpness.

 "It's not so much a physical problem for me, it is more in the brain. I have to learn to THINK faster.

 "When I get the ball I have to shoot quicker, or recognise the right situation to drop deep. These are the things I need to be better at.

"Last year in Austria I hit 15 goals and at Salzburg I got nine. I CAN score.

 "But on Saturday when I had the chance I didn't take it and that's frustrating. As a striker you have to put the ball in the net.

"I also gave away the free-kick in the last minute against St Johnstone and this is something else I have to learn. We lost two points and I have to make sure I don't do that again.

"In five games I have only scored one goal and that is not enough, so I have to work hard to get better and the goals will come.

"I just need a little bit of confidence, a little bit of sharpness and to think faster, then things will be good."

Heart of Midlothian Match Reports

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Ross County 1 - 2 Hearts

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