Well boss Stuart McCall hails club winning mentality

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Interview: Motherwell manager Stuart McCall

Motherwell boss Stuart McCall says that the club's achievements so far this season are down to the hard work by everyone at Fir Park.

McCall has used only 17 players in his starting XI throughout the season.

'Well sit third in the Scottish Premier League; 12 points clear of Hearts.

"We have been lucky with injuries," McCall told BBC Scotland. "The other night we had just 16 fit outfield players. We have got a small squad but it is quality."

McCall joined Motherwell in late December 2010 having been out of work since leaving his post of Bradford City boss earlier in the year.

He says that he still has ambitions but heading back to England in the immediate future has not crossed his mind.

"I have no pre-conceived ideas about where I want to be in two years time.

"Whichever club I am at I will give everything I have.

"I am loving my time here. "All I want to be is be succesfull and bring success to the club I am at.

"Mothewell have been terrific to me and hand on heart I have no set plans as to where I want to be."

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