Greg Stewart: ‘Unfinished business’ at Rugby Park
Greg Stewart admits he has “unfinished business” upon his return to Rugby Park.
The attacker spent the first half of the 2018/19 season on loan at Kilmarnock before moving to Aberdeen for the rest of the campaign.
Now after spells at Rangers and in India, he’s raring to go in blue and white.
Speaking after penning an initial deal until the end of the season, he said: “It’s good to be back, I am raring to go again.
“Over the last two or three days I had a couple of conversations [with the manager] and both of us wanted to get it done luckily enough, it was easy enough to be honest.
“I feel like I’ve got unfinished business at Rugby Park because of how I left last time.
“I left in a good place and if I can try and get back to that, it won’t be easy, but as long as I give everything that’s all I can ask for myself.”
The 33-year-old reckons it’s a great time to join Killie.
He continued: “Being here before I know what this club is all about, and they seem to be in a good place again.
“It was a no-brainer really once we had a conversation we all wanted to get it done.
“I am delighted to be here and I am looking forward to getting started.
“The boys have done very well, I have always kept an eye out for results.
“Obviously I know some players from my time here before, so it’s good to see them again.
“There’s a lot of new faces and there’s quite a young squad so hopefully I can bring that experience and help them as well, I am looking forward to getting back on the pitch.”
Stewart’s second debut with Killie could come against his former side Dundee in tomorrow’s Scottish Cup clash: “I am relishing that, the Scottish Cup is massive for every team.
“There always seems to be that underdog who does well in the cup, it’s a chance for silverware so I don’t see why this team can’t go on a good run, you just never know.”