Shortly after being unveiled as the new Ross County manager, Derek Adams had a wee word with BBC Scotland...
On being back at the club:
"Delighted to be back at the football club. It’s a football club I know really well as a player and a manager on two occasions. It’s something I’ve looked forward to coming back, for many years."
On the skillset and experience he'll bring:
"I’ve been here twice, I understand the football club, I understand the people, the supporters. I’ve been away for nine years in English football. From that point of view, I can take great experience from being in England because it’s not an easy league to manage in. Coming back to the Scottish Premiership, understand the football club where it is, and get it moving forward as quickly as possible."
On whether he's identified what he wants to change on the pitch:
"All managers have different ideas, all previous managers that have been here have brought a lot of good things to this football club, and that’s why it’s moved forward over many years. From my point of view, I’ve got my own ideas on how I want my football to be played, and I hope to bring that to the table."
On what fans will see over the coming months under his leadership:
If you look at my teams at Plymouth Argyle, Bradford City and Morecambe, we’re all about trying to get players forward into attacking areas as quickly as possible. They always say the identity of a football team is what their manager is, and me standing on the touchline I want to see a team create chances, score goals, and that’s what I hope to see.
His message to County fans:
We’ve got really two important games coming up in a quick space of time, Saturday Tuesday against Kilmarnock and St Mirren. All I ask for, as they always do, so to raise the roof and give that vocal support to the team come Saturday.