OVIE EJARIA was happy that the Gers won all three points in tough conditions against St Mirren this afternoon.

The midfielder was back in the starting eleven after missing the match against Kilmarnock during the week and he was happy that the Light Blues got back to winning ways.

He said: “Everyone was really looking to putting things right after the result in midweek.

“We just wanted to get the win and you could see from the celebrations that we really are really happy that we got the win.

“It was tough conditions and it was very windy, especially in the first half when we were playing against it.

“It played in to their hands a little bit, but we got through the first half and we probably should have been in front.

“We knew that when we got in to the second half that we were going to create chances and that we were going to get goals and we did.

“On Sunday it was a chance for us to get to a Cup final and it was disappointing to not do that and we wanted to get back to winning ways on Wednesday and it didn’t happen.

“We were really focussed on getting back to winning ways today and we did that.”

The midfielder, on loan from Liverpool, has made twenty-two appearances for the Light Blues already this season, scoring two times.

He’s enjoying his football in Scotland and wants to continue to add goals and assists to his game.

He said: “I’m quite happy with my performances so far, but I want to be scoring more goals and getting more assists which I am working on every day in training.

“I’m getting close and I just want to keep trying and hopefully one of them will go in and I’m looking forward to it.”

Focus now shifts back from League business to the Europa League, with the Gers heading to Moscow to face Spartak, a test that Ejaria is looking forward to.

He continued: “European football has been really good this season and the fans are really passionate about it.

“It’s a different style compared to the Scottish Premier league games and I’m looking forward to it.

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