Estonian International Henrik Ojamaa says he will settle for setting up goals as opposed to scoring if it means ‘Well take all three points.
The six-time capped striker has yet to find the back of the net this campaign but is racking up the assists, including being the man for Motherwell’s equaliser at Pittodrie.
Looking ahead to the Steelmen’s trip north to play Aberdeen at Pittodrie, the 20-year old former Derby County player is all too aware of the responsibilities of the attacking players in what is sure to be a tightly fought encounter.
[pullquote]There is more to my game than just goals. It gives me great satisfaction to do what I did last week and go past a player and set someone up for a goal.[/pullquote]
“It will be a tough game and defensively they are one of the best in the league,” he said.
“Space in the attacking third will be very hard to come by so it’s a challenge for us attacking players to be very clinical and be technically spot on.
“There is more to my game than just goals. It gives me great satisfaction to do what I did last week and go past a player and set someone up for a goal.
“It’s the bigger part of my game and hopefully I can repeat that on Sunday at Pittodrie.”