Byline: MARK GUIDI
CHRIS HUMPHREY edged closer to his dream of a Scotland call-up after a fine display in front of Peter Houston - but admitted he had no idea the Dundee United gaffer was also the Hampden assistant boss.
The Motherwell right winger caused problems for United all afternoon and helped his side to a 2-1 win.
It was a deserved three points and, outside of games at Ibrox and Parkhead, was United's first defeat in the SPL away from home since they lost at Hearts in May 2009.
But while Humphrey would love to join the national side he's completely focused on club life for the moment.
He said: "I didn't even know the Dundee United manager was also the Scotland assistant manager - someone just told me that after the game.
"But I don't want to think about Scotland right now, it's about staying in the Motherwell team and doing well."
The Steelmen could count themselves fortunate as both of their goals came courtesy of opposition …