Dundee United boss Csaba Laszlo expects new striker Pavol Safranko to help his side in their quest for promotion.
The Tangerines picked up their first three points of the Championship season with the Slovakia cap grabbing what turned out to be the winning goal in a 2-1 victory at Queen of the South.
Csaba knows all about the 23-year-old’s abilities and he was delighted with the start he’s made.
Csaba said: “For this it was necessary to get a second striker.
“We looked for a long time in the market and, like everyone else in the Championship, we don’t have millions to spend but we had to look to see who could help this team.
“I know Pavol Safranko from the Slovakian national team and also from my time in Slovakia.
“He turned just 23 and already has played two games for the Slovakian national team and has played for the U/21s.
“I talked to Aalborg and they had three strikers, OK Safranko played already this season but I think at the end of the day it’s a good possibility to take him on loan.
“He showed on Saturday he can keep the ball up front, he can score goals and is good in the air.
“For the Scottish league you can not just be a striker, especially in this league, you must have a permanent presence in the air and permanent presence on the ground and he is a player who can improve us and be a very useful player.”