David Wotherspoon admits he is immensely proud to be credited with the winning goal that settled Sunday's Edinburgh Derby and says the William Hill Scottish Cup fifth round draw is very interesting.

The midfielder's shot which was deflected into the back of the Heart of Midlothian net was originally thought to have been an own goal.

But the referee's report has officially attributed the winner to Wotherspoon - something he is thrilled about.

Wotherspoon said: "I'm delighted to have been credited with the goal - it's just an unbelievable feeling.

"The goal and our win is dedicated to our supporters, who have been through a lot over the past six months, but have always stuck by us."

Now Wotherspoon says he is excited about the next round's showdown against another Clydesdale Bank Scottish Premier League team - either Aberdeen or Motherwell - at Easter Road Stadium on the weekend of 2 February.

He added: "The fifth round draw is very interesting and we've been handed a home tie which is good.

"We'll see which team progresses through and then take it from there."