“I am happy it is all sorted.
“I didn’t know if it was going to happen for a while. I think everyone is pleased with the decision.
“Scottish football has been good so far.
“I grew up playing in the UK so I had some idea of what the standard would be like and the style of play.
“I knew that Aberdeen and Atlanta had a good bond having let me go on loan. Atlanta had told me a lot about Aberdeen and what I could expect. Hopefully it can benefit all parties and it seems like it will.
“With my versatility, at times it is difficult, but you just have to take it on the chin and do what the managers wants. I think I have played almost everywhere apart from centre back and goalkeeper!
“I think everyone knows that myself, Zak and Greg are quite close. I am roommates with Sam as well. I spend a bit of time with him off the pitch too.
“It has been good to get away. The other day we had training in Aberdeen and every time you kicked the ball the wind would blow it back. I hadn’t seen anything like it. You don’t get that out here thankfully!
“The more games you have the better. When you are not playing games, all you want to be doing is play. Although it can be tiring having a lot of games, you want to be playing week in week out.
“The gaffer made it pretty clear to the squad that the Scottish Cup should be at the top of our list. We have a home match first, so we have to make the most of it.
“Winning the Scottish Cup and a return to Europe through our league position is our goal for the remainder of the season.”
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