After netting the winning goal against Arbroath last Saturday, new Dundee boy Randy Wolters is setting his sights on becoming a fans favourite and an integral member of this seasons squad.
Wolters said: “For me this is special because it is the first time I have played away from Holland.
“I want to be an important part of the team here.
“I love the interaction with the fans and hopefully I can celebrate some more.
“I enjoyed my first game and am settling in well.
Dundee fell behind early on to a Steven Doris penalty and wouldn’t really trouble the Arbroath goalkeeper until he second half when Fassial El Bakhtaoui levelled the score after Craig Wighton seen his shot rebound off the post.
Dundee secured the victory with minutes to go when Scott Allan showed great vision to cross a low ball into the box which Wolters hit first time into the bottom corner.
“I think we played better in the second-half, sometimes we gave the ball away too early but we can work on that,” said Wolters.
“We got the ball to the wings, which is always good for me.
“We have a lot of good football playing players this season but it is important that we can both play good football and also be tough and manly when we need to in matches.
“I love to shoot from distance but I can also be strong in matches.
“I like to use step-overs and best defenders so hopefully the fans get to see that this season.”