Motherwell striker Henrik Ojamaa is of the belief that the possibility of Champions League football could influence players to make the move to the Scottish Premier League this summer.

With Rangers now out of the picture, the Well have joined Celtic in the third round of Champions League qualifiers and Estonian Ojamaa feels that players wanting a taste of European football may think about heading to the SPL.

"There are a lot of players who want to show what they can do in the game," he said.

"If they think they might have a chance at European football, it might encourage them to come.

"The Champions League is an amazing opportunity for us and it's something we're excited about."

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