Bullish Jim Goodwin reckons there is nothing wrong with striker Bojan Miovski aiming to become Scotland’s top scorer this season as it proves his summer signing is brimming with self-belief.
The Aberdeen boss insists Miovski wasn’t throwing down the gauntlet to the likes of Kyogo Furuhashi or Antonio Colak with his comments after the North Macedonian international’s double against Kilmarnock last week took his tally to seven for the season.
But Goodwin was happy to see his £530,000 signing having the confidence to say what he thinks. The Dons manager, who is hoping Miovski adds to his goal haul against Dundee United on Saturday night, said: “The actual quotes from the interview maybe don’t align with some of the headlines out there – him claiming that he was trying to make it a competition with the Old Firm.
That wasn’t what he meant. “He backs himself, has big self belief and has confidence in his own ability. Bojan believes in the players he is playing with and that they are going to create chances.“He’s a guy that has come from Eastern Europe, a new culture, language barriers, different style of football.Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk