Ross County striker Brian Graham has vowed to keep on fighting to earn a Staggies starting spot.
For the second weekend running the 31-year-old came off the bench to help salvage a point for the Dingwall team.
Graham’s goal two minutes from time meant County drew 2-2 with Hamilton Accies at New Douglas Park.
His only start in the Premiership this season was in Wednesday’s 4-0 loss to Rangers at Victoria Park.
But having scored off the bench against Accies on Saturday, Hibs seven days prior in the 2-2 draw at Easter Road and in the 2-1 win at Motherwell on September 21, Graham hopes he will be given more starts by managers Stuart Kettlewell and Steven Ferguson.
He said: “All you can do when you’re on the bench is come on and try to make an impact.
“When you get your opportunities you need to start taking them and I think I’ve been doing that recently.
“It’s frustrating when you come on at 1-1 and I’m thinking I’ll score the winner not the equaliser, but then within 30 seconds they’ve scored a goal through bad play from ourselves.
“But we showed character to battle back again and it’s a point – but we’re probably disappointed we’ve not got all three.
“It’s very frustrating when you come on and score last week to be on the bench.
“I got a chance against Rangers, but is it really a chance against Rangers because you don’t see much of the ball?
“It was a sore one to take in midweek – but I’ll just keep going.”
County got off to the perfect start against Hamilton with Billy Mckay putting them in front after only 37 seconds.
Graham was disappointed the Staggies didn’t build on that start with goals from Lewis Smith and George Oakley putting Accies ahead until Graham’s late intervention.
He added: “We didn’t play as well as we wanted and when we get in front away from home we should probably see it out, but we lost two sloppy goals.
“We didn’t really get a lift from the early goal, sometimes that happens when you score early.”