“One thing my mum has always said is that you want to be adored by the supporters and I’ve always wanted to get people off their seat.
“That’s what I enjoy, putting on a show. It is great to hear the fans sing my name and to feel the love from them is something I could only dream about.
“My family have really enjoyed it, especially my brother Adam. He always gets involved, he loves the away games and being part of my career.
“They go to lots of away games as well. When we played Partick Thistle at Firhill last week my brother was trying to get as many tickets as he could.
“They will all be at the Final on Saturday cheering me on. My whole family will be there, my mother, father, brother and sister.
“Adam plays football with his mates down south, but he come to all the games up here that he can manage to.
“He has been to a lot of our games towards the end of the season. He gets right into it.
“He’s not a bad player and says I’m only the player I am because of him being the bigger brother.
“He’s a striker and he used to kick me about the park. If you ask my mum when I ran past him he used to boot me.
“I played with him and his mates and they used to try to kick me. I was the annoying little brother that used to dribble past him.
“It was fun to wind them up, you get in arguments and fights, but it was all fun.
“Adam plays for an amateur team, Barnes Eagles, not far from where I lived. Whenever I get down I go and watch him play.”
“I adore the supporters here. I appreciate what they have done for me and it makes me play better for them.
“The admiration they have given me means I just want to play well for them and make them happy on Saturday.”