4 goals in 5 games for Keena but Spiders survival is more paramount for on-loan Hearts forward

Aidan Keena, on-loan to Queen’s Park from Heart of Midlothian, has impressed since he joined the League One side in January.
The teenager, speaking to Queen’s Park TV after Saturday’s 2-2 draw at home to Forfar, said:
“I thought we were unlucky, I thought we should have won it [the match]. It was a great free-kick, to be fair: he [Dylan Easton] stuck it right into the top corner. After going a goal behind, I thought we were going to come back and win.
[Conceding early goals] seems to be becoming a bit of a habit; teams aren’t necessarily better than us, it is just mistakes, [whether it be] early on or late on, it doesn’t matter, they are costing us, in the end.”
Keena did manage to get his name on the scoresheet as the Spiders went 2-1 ahead but the Loons fought back to keep Gus MacPherson’s men rooted to the bottom of League One.
“I had [another] one or two [chances] myself that I should have scored – obviously Dom [Dominic Docherty] and Robbie [Leitch] had one at the end, but, there is no point looking back on them, there is nothing you can do about them now and we just need to look ahead to next week.
Again, it is just mistakes – [we made] a mistake high-up the pitch and then they counter attack; we make a mistake at the back, as well, but, there is nothing we can do about that now. Either way, whether we stay up or not, I think we will be looking back on this game and viewing it as 2 points lost as we should have won this [match].”
Despite scoring 4 goals in 5 matches since leaving Craig Levein’s Premiership side on loan, the Hampden front-man is not satisfied with scoring goals if the team aren’t picking up results.
“That is all I can do: if I get the chances, it is my job to put them away, but, if we aren’t winning, I am not going to be happy.”


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