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As a result United are looking to on loan Farid El Alagui to produce the goals but Watson insists it’s up to others throughout the team to chip in and find the net.
The stopper bagged his fourth goal of the campaign with his leveller in the 1 1 draw with Inverness that leaves him just one behind Robertson.
He said: “I’ve been having a bit of banter with burberry bags sale Andy to see who can score most goals. It was just a laugh at the start but I’ve pulled a couple back and I’m one behind him. It’s good fun. burberry bags sale
“There are no bets on it but if I can keep this up I might try to get a wager on. It’s nice to score and four isn’t a bad tally so far but I want to play every week and hopefully I can keep my place in the team after scoring at Inverness.
“As full backs, the manager just tells us to go out and do our job. We defend first and foremost and anything else is a bonus. We haven’t been working on scoring from other areas of the park. We just love to get forward, although I know my goal was from a corner at the weekend, and the goals have been coming fro burberry bags sale m us gambling and pushing up the park.
“It’s good to have full backs getting forward. Mark Wilson who loves to get forward too. We’re a bit light in the striking department with injuries and it’s important the rest of us chip in with goals.
“Farid scored a lot of goals when he was at Falkirk. He has fitted in well. He looks strong in training and can put himself about. He caused the Inverness defence problems when he came on.
“We came up against him when we lost to Falkirk on penalties in the Cup. He scored with a header and caused us problems so it’s better to have him on our side.
“But we have players who can score fr burberry bags sale om all over the pitch. Andy has had a few and Stuart Armstrong, Gary Mackay Steven and Ryan Gauld have all chipped in.”
Watson admits United’s five game winless run has been hard to take as it comes on the back of six victories on the spin which had many tipping them to finish second.
Now he is looking to help the Taysiders return to winning ways when at Ross County on Saturday.
He said: “The fans expected us to win every game after that run. The two late goals to draw against Hibs?has given us a bit of life again and we created a lot of chances at?Inverness so we’re looking to get winning again at Dingwall.”