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Fortune did not favour Ross County in Paisley, says on-loan Celtic midfielder Henderson


By Andrew Henderson

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Ross County midfielder Ewan Henderson believes the Staggies just needed a bit more luck to come away with three points against St Mirren last weekend.

Brian Graham had put County ahead in Paisley, only for Sean McLoughlin to equalise and Sam Foley to get a late winner.

Ross County's Ewan Henderson battles St Mirren captain Kyle Magennis for the ball. Picture: Willie Vass
Ross County's Ewan Henderson battles St Mirren captain Kyle Magennis for the ball. Picture: Willie Vass

It was a rare late falter from a Staggies side that have so often been the beneficiaries of late goals this season, but Henderson insists they could just as easily have nicked three points themselves.

“I thought we did ok during the game,” Henderson said.

“It could have went either way. It was an open game, it’s a shame about the result.

“It was just a bit of luck at the end of the day.

“We just need to keep our heads down and keep working hard. Hopefully we can get better results in the next few games.”

Henderson was a deadline day arrival in Dingwall on loan from Celtic, making seven appearances for the Staggies so far.

The 19-year-old is keen to keep putting hard graft in for his spot though, adding: "The boys have been excellent with me, I just need to keep my head down and keep working hard and hopefully we can get results.

"I'm just here to develop my game, play a lot of games and I feel like I'm doing that. I'm really enjoying my time here."


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