I’ve watched Craig Wighton since he was a kid in the Dundee academy and you always knew he had a special talent.
Dundee manager Paul Hartley believes Craig Wighton is ready to fulfil his potential after being excited by his performance in their 2-0 victory over Motherwell.
Craig Wighton says it’s down to him and him alone whether he can keep his place in the Dundee first team.
Forty-five goals. That’s the number Dundee find themselves short after the summer departure of Kane Hemmings and Greg Stewart.
Dundee forward Craig Wighton has signed a two-year extension at Dens Park.
It’s a question that, even at his tender age, has been raised repeatedly for at least a couple of years now.
Bar probably Real Madrid and Barcelona at the top of the tree, every club in world football goes into a transfer window with an underlying sense of fear.
A winter of discontent soon turned to a spring of dreams for Dundee kid Craig Wighton.
The image of Jackie McNamara with a confident, almost arrogant, smile on his face walking up the stairs on the Main Stand at Dens Park to the press room is something that will forever be etched in my memory.
“Versatile” derby day hero Craig Wighton got the reward his efforts deserved, according to Dundee manager Paul Hartley.