He’s got two in his last three matches, but Brian Graham insists it has been ‘frustrating’ watching from the Ross County bench at times this season.
The County man has three for the season and netted an important goal in the Staggies’ 2-2 draw with Hamilton.
As the clock ticked down with the score at 2-1 Hamilton, the 31-year-old rose from the bench to deliver a point to Dingwall. It was his tenth sub appearance of the season
The striker hopes to have given his managers Steven Ferguson and Stuart Kettlewell a headache following further goalscoring exploits.
Graham said after his goal against Accies: “Obviously everyone wants to play but when you get your opportunity you need to take it.
“I came on at 1-1 and 30 seconds later they had scored through bad play of our own. But we showed character to come back and get a point although we’re a bit disappointed not to take three.
“It’s very frustrating, I came on and scored last week and obviously got a chance against Rangers, but is it really a chance? You don’t really see much of the ball do you?
“It was a sore one to take midweek but I’ll just keep going, I’m not a quitter. I’ll keep fighting for my place and that’s all I’ll do for the rest of the season.”