Aberdeen star Ross McCrorie has disclosed that Curtis Main’s recent performances haven’t gone unnoticed by his teammates.
Main has been given the nod to start ahead of Sam Cosgrove recently by Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes. He has started Aberdeen’s last three games, scoring twice in the process.
McCrorie revealed that he and fellow Dons talent Lewis Ferguson in particular have benefited from how well Main has performed. He was also impressed with how well Main performed in the midweek match against Motherwell, even though the game ended goalless.
“All the boys in the dressing room notice”
“I thought Curtis played well. His hold up play was very good, and he got us up the pitch. All the boys in the changing room notice the work he puts in” he said.
“He helps as he gives us a base up top to hit. Also, he gives myself and Lewis (Ferguson) someone to bounce off. Curtis played very well; as a team I thought we played well; we just could not get the breakthrough” McCrorie concluded.
It will be interesting to see if Main gets the not to lead the line for the Dons when they take on St Johnstone this afternoon.
McCrorie enjoying life at Pittodrie
As for McCrorie, he is currently at Aberdeen on loan from Rangers until the end of the season. He has admitted that he has enjoyed his loan spell so far at Pittodrie.
“I have had my ups and downs this year, just like any footballer. I have loved moving to Aberdeen. It is a great club. I am grateful to the gaffer and the board for bringing me in and letting me play here. I am thoroughly enjoying it so far” he said.