Well’s goal cel­e­bra­tion tells Robinson his sum­mer sign­ing pol­icy is pay­ing off

The Scotsman - - Sport -

You can see by their work ethic, their cel­e­bra­tions.

“We train re­ally, re­ally hard. We have a hard work­ing week. Our motto is to try to be fit­ter and stronger than every­one in the league. That comes free. The play­ers have re­ally bought into that, you can see that al­ready.

“It does take a bit of time for peo­ple to get to know each other. I think our trip away helped us as well. We re­cruited early in the sum­mer which brought peo­ple to­gether early.”

Chris Cad­den feels the new play­ers adapted to the club straight away. “It’s credit to the gaffer and recruitment staff, they have brought in great play­ers,” he said. “Not only that, they are a great bunch of boys. It’s re­ally easy to get them bed­ded in when they are such great guys. They have come in and worked hard.

“You are ob­vi­ously a bit anx­ious when you see all these new sign­ings be­ing made, but first day they came in the boys that have been here for a while wel­comed them and they were bril­liant with us as well.”

Robinson has a fully-fit squad for tonight’s trip to face Ed­in­burgh City. Stephen Mcmanus could come in as Mother­well bid to wrap up qual­i­fi­ca­tion.

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