KENNY McLean has insisted that he is not concerned over where his Buddies get their goals from next season.
Last season, Danny Lennon’s side relied heavily on 16-goal hero Steven Thompson to hit the back of the net.
And they also turned to Nigel Hasselbaink, who bagged eight and Paul McGowan’s eight goals to bail them out of trouble.
But midfielder McLean, 20, reckons Saints can get the players to spread the goals around more evenly in the campaign to come.
He said: “We have been solid defensively, so we don’t need to worry about that.
“And goals are coming. We have the players that can get us them.
“We had Dougie Imrie come to the club in January and while he’s not showed it yet, he does have goals in him because we’ve seen it in training.
“Paul McGowan is another guy who can create something out of nothing.
“And with the other guys who are coming in, I’m confident we can do well on the scoring front.”