MOTHERWELL star Henrik Ojamaa thanked James McFadden for giving his game a boost in pre-season.
The ’Well legend spent time training training with his old club and the Estonian forward was delighted to learn from him.
He said: ”It was great to have him in training as he is a quality player and for someone myself who plays in a similar position I was able to pick up some things.”
There is a slim chance that Ojamaa could face his new ‘mentor’ when Aberdeen host the Fir Parkers on Sunday, with Dons’ boss Craig Brown admitting he’s keen to strike a deal with McFadden.
However, Ojamaa is more concerned with mainting Motherwell’s unbeaten start to the season which was maintained after a 2-1 win at Dundee.
He said: “I wish James all the best wherever he goes, but I hadn’t heard anything about him being linked with Aberdeen.
“I’ve never been to Pittodrie before so I am looking forward to it. I think being away from home suits us better as at our place when teams sit in we can struggle to break them down, whereas away we are a better team when we play on the counter attack.
He said: “We’re top of the league, but we are only six games in so it’s just about getting the points on the board and seeing what happens.”