Hasselbaink happy with Saints deal
Nigel Hasselbaink believes he made the correct decision in joining St Johnstone on a two-year contract.
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The Dutchman, who played for PSV in 2009/10, impressed at St Mirren last season and snubbed a switch to England in favour of linking up with the Europa League-bound outfit.
And the 21-year-old is relishing the prospect of joining Steve Lomas' Saints and is certain he can prove a success at McDiarmid Park.
Hasselbaink said: "I had a good feeling about St Johnstone and I am the kind of person who acts on my gut feelings. The manager impressed me and I liked what he had to say when I spoke to him.
"Everything felt right. I liked the way St Johnstone played last season and I think I can be a success here.
"There was interest from clubs in League One but I think the SPL is better than that. I want to play at the highest level I can so hopefully, if I do well with St Johnstone, that can happen.
"I feel I have done alright since I came to Scottish football.
"It is different to what I was used to in Holland, but it has been good and I think I'm improving as a player. I am still young so I have plenty more improvement to come."