Robbie Boyle, BBC Scotland
Aberdeen manager Neil Warnock has been talking to the media before his side face Motherwell in the Scottish Premiership on Wednesday.
Here are the key points from his press conference:
Admits it has been “difficult” coming in during a busy fixture period while he gets to know the players.
He’d have liked to have been in the role earlier to get “some bodies in” as the squad lacks depth in some areas but says “we’ll have to find a way to win with what’s here now.”
Described the club's goal-scoring output as a “one-man band” due to Bojan Miovski’s form and is looking for goals from elsewhere.
When asked why he took the job, Warnock replied with “you are starting to sound a bit like my wife” and admitted while he enjoyed his spells away from football, he does miss the “dressing room banter” and “improving players”.
Will look at one or two little knocks ahead of tomorrow’s match.
Doesn’t expect Motherwell to have any hangover from their cup exit to Morton and says his own side were “poor in some areas” in their cup win over Bonnyrigg.