Greg Docherty says he’d like to add to Hibs’ forward efforts as the Rangers loanee sings the praises of his adopted club.
Docherty has joined Hibs from Rangers on a loan deal until the end of the season. He made his debut in a 2-2 draw with St Mirren at the weekend, appearing from the bench.
Frustratingly for him, his next game won’t come until Sunday in the Scottish Cup against BSC Glasgow. Hibs’ next league match is away to Rangers, rendering Docherty ineligible.
The midfielder has hailed different elements of the Easter Road club as the Rangers loanee looks to add to Jack Ross’ attacking endeavours.
“If you’d have said to me about (moving to Hibs) at the start of the window it would’ve definitely been in my thought process,” said Docherty. “There’s a great backroom team here, a great infrastructure and I know it’s a good dressing-room from knowing some of the boys from around the place.
“Once everyone gets in and we get to know each other a bit better then there’s lots to come from this squad. I only met everyone today so it has been a bit of whirlwind but everyone has been really welcoming, which is great for me.
“I’m feeling really positive going forward. I think given time to get some more minutes under my belt, I can add going forward. Get some goals, some assists and that drive that fans want to see.
“Last year I added a bit of quality to my game so I’m not just an energetic midfielder so I’m confident I can do that. With the squad around me, there’s some good players and I’ll we’ll be good.”