Hearts attacker Sean Clare has revealed that he does not regret leaving the English Championship for Tynecastle.
Clare made the move from Sheffield Wednesday to Hearts when he turned down a new deal with the English club, and he has disclosed that despite some negative reaction on from social media he is glad he made the move to Hearts.
“I’m happy with what I’ve done here so far” he told the Edinburgh Evening News.
“The right decision”
“The reaction to me coming to Scotland was negative on social media, but the people I actually spoke to and explained my decision to supported me. Looking back now, it has been the right decision.”
Clare has been one of the most important players for Craig Levein’s side this season. He has made 30 appearances and scored six goals.
Key to cup final run
He has been a key man in Hearts’ run to the Scottish Cup Final. Three of his six goals have come in the run to the cup final.
If Hearts are to pull off a shock and defeat Celtic in the final, they will need Clare to be at his best. Before that though, Clare needs to help Hearts become the top team in Edinburgh.
The Tynecastle side take on Hibs on Sunday, three points behind their bitter rivals. If Clare is at his best, he could help Hearts get the win that would take them about Hibs in the league table.