Kenyan international Jonah Ayunga received huge praise from St. Mirren head coach Stephen Robinson for his exemplary performance in their narrow 1-0 home win against Ross County in the Scottish Premier League.
Ayunga who joined the Scottish side last month produced a classy performance to help the 8th placed side pick three vital points.
The 25-year-old who has previously featured for Brighton and Hove Albion provided the assist in the match which was finished by Richard Tait.
Ayunga has already scored 5 goals in 7 matches for St. Mirren since joining them.
He came close to registering his 6th goal at the club but was denied by the goal post.
Speaking after the match, Robinson was full of praise for his charges including the Harambee Stars striker.
“We always thought we had a good squad and we’ve now got almost everyone fit. Eamonn Brophy got another 30 minutes and Curtis Main got another 65.
“I thought Jonah Ayunga was unplayable at times too. He was excellent and hit the post,” he was quoted by MozzartSportKe.
The Northern Irish international also lauded the work rate of his players and disclosed that the win has enhanced morale in the camp.
“They read things and it does mount up a little bit, so for the belief in the camp it was great (to beat Ross County).
“The work rate was incredible. In all three games I couldn’t have asked for any more,” stated Robinson.