Motherwell striker Curtis Main has only one thought ahead of Saturday's William Hill Scottish Cup final and that is to secure the trophy.

Main's single-track mind was evident in the semi-final when he raced from the halfway line to the edge of the box before finishing emphatically to claim his second of the day and round off a 3-0 victory over Aberdeen.

And he has a clear goal in mind on Saturday. Celtic are aiming to seal an unprecedented consecutive treble and will have close to three times the Motherwell support - but Main will not travel to Hampden with any sense of inferiority or thoughts about merely enjoying the atmosphere.

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"We're not there to make up the numbers," the 25-year-old said. "We are there to win the final, that's it."

Motherwell have secured cup victories over Premiership rivals Ross County, Aberdeen (twice), Rangers, Hamilton, Dundee and Hearts this season and are out to avenge their Betfred Cup final defeat by Celtic, who have drawn twice at Fir Park this season.

"We've been to Hampden a few times, well me just the once, but the lads reached the cup final earlier in the season," Main said. "We have got the experience of being there, that won't be an issue.

"Again we play Celtic in the final but when the whistle blows, it's 11 men versus 11 men. Whoever wants it more will come out on top.

"When it comes down to a knockout situation we have been very good at coping with that and being the team that wants it more.

"We have shown on the run to the final previously, and to this final, that we can cope with whatever challenge is put in front of us. Saturday is that final challenge and we're confident we can go there and take the trophy home.

"We're not interested in double-trebles. We don't care about that. We are interested in Motherwell lifting the trophy."

Main is not alone in his attitude. Manager Stephen Robinson has ensured his squad have been pulling in the same direction since overseeing a major turnaround in players with 17 summer signings.

Main followed in January and was immediately struck by the "togetherness" at Fir Park.

"Not just the boys in the dressing room or the coaching staff, everybody around the training ground and stadium," he added.

"Everyone feels like they are all part of one thing rather than certain staff this side and that side. It feels like it is all one, which is a nice feeling.

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"The manager leads everything, he wants a solid unit and everyone to be together. I think it helps drive each other on day in, day out when you are not only working for yourself, but working for each other too."

Main has flourished in such an environment, hitting eight goals in 20 games since moving from Portsmouth.

"Coming into the club in January, I probably didn't expect to be in the position I am now," he said. "It's been fantastic on a number of levels, so I am just really enjoying it and rolling with it.

"Since day one it's been a smooth transition, coming into the club and getting settled really quickly. Everybody has helped, everybody around the place has made it seamless.

"That's why it felt like a home straight away and everything has just come naturally."