Higdon keeping options open

Motherwell striker Michael Higdon revealed he may stay at Fir Park next season following the 3-1 victory over Celtic.

Last Updated: 28/04/13 at 17:44 Post Comment

Henrik Ojamaa and Michael Higdon: Celebrate a goal in win over Celtic

Henrik Ojamaa and Michael Higdon: Celebrate a goal in win over Celtic

More of the games that matter

Upgrade in minutes or watch with a NOW TV Day Pass.

Higdon scored his 25th goal of the season with a penalty five minutes after the break as Motherwell came from behind to secure a place in Europe next season.

And when he was asked if the prospect of Europa League football could influence his decision, Higdon said: "Definitely.

"I'm not sure what I'm doing next year, but playing in front of a decent crowd, playing in a decent team is definitely enough to make me stay."

Meanwhile, Henrik Ojamaa, who scored the Motherwell equaliser seconds before the interval, insisted it was "brilliant" to be in Europe.

Ojamaa said: "It's good to have that guarantee. I'm just really delighted for the performance and what it meant."

More of the games that matter

Upgrade in minutes or watch with a NOW TV Day Pass.

Related News

Most Commented

Readers' Comments

I

really enjoyed this. Thanks F365 for another year of work avoidance - happy Christmas.

megabrow (cufc)
Our Person Of The Year: Alan Pardew

I

m no Sam Fan and this article sums him up beautifully. I always like to imagine that when he watches anything on TV and hears clapping, he stands up and aknowledges the applause, thinking its for him!

cozens
Football Managers On TV: Sam Allardyce

N

ah, Fergie is just having another pop at Rooney. He just wants to put him down whenever he gets a chance. Rooney is by far the best English player. Carrick is not far behind, mind. However, by elevating Carrick like that, Sir is having a dig at Wayne. Fergie is well-known for mind games like that. Good to see he's still feisty.

timbo
Van Gaal will thrive - Ferguson

Footer 365

Arsene Wenger admits Olivier Giroud deserved his red card for headbutting Nedum Onuoha

Arsene Wenger admits Olivier Giroud deserved his red card for headbutting Nedum Onuoha in Arsenal's 2-1 win over QPR.

Premier League: Alexis Sanchez and Tomas Rosicky give 10-man Arsenal 2-1 win over QPR

Alexis Sanchez and Tomas Rosicky gave Arsenal a 2-1 win over QPR despite Olivier Giroud's second-half sending off.

Premier League: Manchester City respond to Chelsea's victory by winning at West Brom

Manchester City won 3-1 at West Brom to reduce the gap on Chelsea at the top of the Premier League back to three points.

Mail Box

Van Gaal's Half-Term Report Card...

One Man United fan isn't happy with the rate the team is progressing under Louis van Gaal, while the mailbox also wishes Liverpool fans a Merry Mid-Table Christmas...

Hang On, Rafa's Success Is No Fluke...

The afternoon mailbox kicks the morning mailbox's arse after claims that Rafa Benitez has fluked his success. Plus, big talk about Liverpool's progress and lots more...

© 2014 British Sky Broadcasting Ltd. All Rights Reserved A Sky Sports Digital Media property