Lawrence Shankland claims he has no regrets about the £ 1m transfer to Belgium after finishing the first 90 minutes of a rock bottom beer shot.
former Dundee United The striker switched shocks from Tannadis in August, but hadn’t completed a full match yet until the weekend derby lost to Mechelen.
Beerschot is at the bottom of Belgium’s top flights, scoring two disastrous points out of a total of 33 points in 11 league games.
They lost all six games at home and haven’t even scored at their stadium while former club Dundee United was on the highs.
However, the 26-year-old claims to have made the right choice to move to the Antwerp club.
Shankland “I don’t regret this transfer a bit. Everyone in the club still believes we’ll start getting results soon. The fans were great to me.
“We lost the derby and they never booed us. They have been pushing us all the time and giving us great encouragement.
“They understand how hard we are trying to win. We have a lot of opportunities and have created enough opportunities to win the game.
“But there is still an annoying zero in front of the scoreline team. My job as a striker is to score goals.
“I felt a lot of frustration and disappointment in the dressing room after the match, but I’m sure I’ll get it soon.”
Lawrence Shankland has no regrets about the beer shot transfer, despite a nightmare start for Belgian fighters
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