SHAWN Scott simply wants to enjoy his football again.
After signing a three year deal with Lossiemouth, the 30-year-old striker is back where he feels most comfortable.
He started his career as 16-year-old at Grant Park before a brief and unsuccessful spell at Forres Mechanics saw him return to Lossie.
He then got a big-money move, in Highland League terms, to Buckie Thistle where he won the league title and other honours, before ex-Lossie boss Charlie Charlesworth took him to Banff.
Biscuits, as he is known to team-mates and fans, admits once a week training in Aberdeen, as well as another session in Banff had started to become a problem.
"It had started to impact on my family life and my work," said Elgin-based Scott, who has two young sons and runs a window cleaning business in Lossiemouth.
A return to his home town club Lossiemouth is the perfect fit for Scott at this stage of his career.
Read the full interview with Biscuits in ‘The Scot’ print version on Friday.