LIAM Burt says he is already learning new ways under Graeme Murty after the 17-year-old netted the Under 20s winner against Inverness.

The midfielder snatched a goal on 58 minutes after his initial shot was rebounded into his path by the goalkeeper and the ball bounced off his body into the net.

Burt thinks the whole team are starting to improve under their new coach and he is developing a new understanding of how to play his game.

He said:

“I was pleased with my performance, I could have done a bit more in the final third but we grinded it out in the end to win the game.

“We didn’t play our best but we will take a win however it comes, we did well to win not playing our best football.

“We have been working on more forward passes, forward runs, just being more dynamic and having more intent to go forward.

“We can see a change because we are trying to get on the ball, trying to play the lines, splitting lines and trying hard to get forward.

“I am understanding more it is as much about the work you do off the ball as well, even if it’s just an unselfish run to get space for another player.

“He’s [Murty] stressed for us to keep going until the end and then anything can happen, it could be a lucky goal like mine so I’d take that!”

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