Thistle's exciting young striker Will Sewell is hoping 2021 will see him burst into the first team after a stop start season so far.

It was a case of 'Good Will Hunting' for the 22 year old as he bides his time to get a place in the first 11 - but says he is loving the club experience this season and is very appreciative of the opportunity of playing when friends of his cannot.
Will scored a stunning goal from just inside his own half in a 4-2 friendly win over Johnstone Burgh on the eve of the new season but unfortunately then picked up an ankle ligament injury which kept him out of action for a number of games..
He said: "The 40 yarder against Johnstone Burgh was the last thing I did before I got injured. I felt like I was getting better and fitter and then it was just one of those things.
"It was just waiting for the yes from our physio Valentina, and as soon as I was fit, I was back at training.
"I didn't make the squad for the Dalbeattie game but played against Rossvale and then Blantyre, and I was a bit unlucky to hit the bar in that game.
"Both my twin brother George and me have hit the woodwork in the past few weeks.
"Working with Keir Milliken and Scott Adam upfront is so good - it is just the wee tweaks and how to do things better.
"Keir coming in has been really good - and guys like Graham Muir - bring in much more experience, although I think I did get to beat Muiry in the bleep test for running, but I would be happy if I am as fit as he is when I reach my mid-30s!"
"We started off the season with an unlucky 1-0 defeat; I thought we hard done by losing to Clydebank with the early red card to Laurie McMaster hampering us - I thought we were worthy of a point in that game.
"The Rossvale game we didn't create enough although I still don't know how my brother George's shot was somehow cleared off the line. He had a last minute header and it was cleared by a defender on to the bar."
And Will reckons that he is grateful, as are the other players, of the chance to play during these strange times.
He said: "We are so lucky to be given the opportunity to play football, with no amateur football or 20s- none of my pals are playing football. 
"Realistically, we are classed as professionals, and we are the only people in the country able to play football.
"So we have to take that into our game that we are lucky to be playing and I think that is why the games have been so competitive.
"My worry was before the first game, with no relegation in the league, is this effectively going to be a series of friendlies? 
"But my question was answered in the first five minutes of the opening game between Largs and Clydebank as both teams were in each other's faces from the off - it kind of set the tone for the rest of the season.
"It didn't seem like we had been away for six months!
"It has been a bit difficult not having the fans there - even if there was a bit of noise, just anything to gee you up.
"The likes of Laurie's red card - the crowd reaction being there might have changed it, but we just had to keep going that game.
"It is hard when you see veteran fans like Tommy Scoullar having to miss out - but at the same time that is the inspiration for the players as we want to win as many games as possible so when the supporters can come back hopefully we are riding high in the league, and they have something to cheer about.
"The Dalbeattie Star game summed it up - we were probably the better side, but Dalbeattie players all had to come down in their cars, not having a laugh on the bus, the weather not being great, no changing rooms, freezing, dumped out the cup and then have to get changed soaking wet and drive up the road- at least they got a burger and some soup from the Largs committee. It has been such a strange season."
As well as the 3-1 win over Blantyre, Will highlighted the gutsy victory over old rivals Kilwinning Rangers as a significant milestone.
He said: "The Kilwinning game especially was a good performance - to go and get three points comfortably spoke volumes about the belief. We could have scored more on the day I thought it could have been 3, 4 or 5.
"We all feel as if we have taken a step up together - training has not much changed but the pre-season was not a traditional pre-season as it went on for months as we were allowed to train, then we weren't allowed to train, and we had to train in small groups.
"The management always do what they can to help - it is all very constructive. 
"Everyone is taking this season properly and you can tell from the coaches that they want every decision and kick of the ball. and we are slowly gelling together and a new squad.
"Realistically we could have got something out of both the Clydebank and Irvine Meadow games, and the Cumbernauld game was the catalyst as we really turned it on, and young Sean McLeod really shone that day and scored a great goal. 
"The Kilwinning goal showed we could go and fight and dominate and it showed you how much we have grown since last season; it was a performance I don't think we would have been able to carry out a year ago but it shows a rising maturity within the ranks."