DESPITE today’s frustrating goalless draw, new signing Flo Kamberi was proud to make his Gers bow against Aberdeen.
The 24-year-old striker, who joined the Light Blues late last night on loan from Hibs and was handed his debut when he replaced Matt Polster in the 83rd minute, said: “It was amazing to play after I signed yesterday.
“Of course, I’m disappointed with the result [this afternoon]. We expected the win and I think we dominate the whole game.
“I’m disappointed for the result but, for me personally, it was a good day.”
On the Gers supporters, he continued: “This club has amazing fans. I said it yesterday, so I appreciate it very much that when I came on that they were shouting my name and everything.
“That was very nice and I tried to give my best. I am disappointing we lost two points but we have to keep believing in ourselves.
“This season is still long and there is so much quality in this dressing room. I’ve no worries about that.
“Everybody has the mentality you need to have in this club, so I’m looking forward now for the next week to get to know them better.”
Kamberi believes he will have no problems settling into Steven Gerrard’s squad. He said: “Absolutely. From the first moment I have a good chats with everybody.
“They are very good lads so I never worried when I signed yesterday that I will need to time to adapt with them. They are very chilled boys so it was very easy for me.”
When asked to give his thoughts on today’s 90 minutes he replied: “Aberdeen had some decent chances and Allan McGregor had some amazing saves.
“We dominated the whole game but, of course, it was very difficult because they had 10 men or 11 men behind and it is difficult to find spaces when they are as deep as that.
“We tried everything but the goal was missing. We have to analyse that. Today we can be disappointed but tomorrow is a new day and a new chance and we have to prepare for Wednesday night.”