Flo Kamberi made an encouraging debut for the Dons against St. Mirren, helping getting the frustrations of the last two weeks out of his system as he has waited patiently to get the go ahead to play for the Dons.
“It’s been a frustrating time because I had to wait ten days for my visa but at least all of that is done now. I’m delighted to be here and to play for the manager, the boys and the club. I want to help the team as much as I can, to bring my qualities into the team and to help us win games. We all want to achieve the objectives we have set.”
Reflecting on his debut, Kamberi was clear that there is plenty more ot come from him.
“I was delighted to day to get 90 minutes because I didn’t have any football training for two weeks until yesterday, so I was delighted to be able to play the whole game. It will get better day after day, the more I train and play.
“They were difficult conditions to play in, but it is the same for everyone, so you have to accept it and carry on. Now we look to start scoring goals and winning games.
“I know where the goal is, I know I can score goals, but I am not going to say I am going to score 20 goals or something! If I score, that’s great, but only if we win. If the team wins and I didn’t score, it doesn’t matter, the three points are the most important thing.
“We go to Celtic now. It’s a big game, but we will go there to try and play our best football and to take points from there.”