The striker struck in Alloa on January 2 but hadn’t since, until scoring the winner against Morton.
Peter Houston said it was others from outwith the Bairns camp asking questions about his strikers’ form – because there were no concerns within the group at what was – by the Bairn’s standards this season, a goal drought.
The winner put the striker on 16 goals for the season, and with leading scorer Martyn Waghorn of Rangers out injured, the Bairns hitman has a chance to catch him in the scoring charts with more on Saturday against former club Queen of the South.
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