Motherwell manager Stuart McCall was rewarded for urging Nicky Law to shoot more often after the midfielder's volley earned a 1-1 draw against Hibernian.
Law chested down a clearance and struck a powerful effort into the corner of the net from more than 20 yards as Motherwell restored their five-point lead in the race for third place in the Clydesdale Bank Premier League.
The midfielder, who cancelled out Garry O'Connor's wonderful 30th-minute free-kick, has now scored six goals this season, but appeared reluctant to shoot on several occasions during the late defeat by Rangers the previous weekend.
McCall, who coached Law at Sheffield United and Bradford, said: "I promised I'll shoot him if he doesn't start shooting more. I've been on at him to shoot for the last five years because he has got it in his locker.
"I felt today there were lots of times, Henrik (Ojamaa), (Keith) Lasley twice, had opportunities to get it out their feet and strike it. I felt the goal was coming. I was pleased with Omar (Daley) getting across the defender, he sets it back to Lasley.
"What they had done well all day, they won the headers in the box. But Lawsy's touch and finish, he has obviously been watching DVDs of my shots from outside the box.
"At the beginning of the season he should be looking to hit 10, I know it's a big ask for a midfielder. He has had a little glut recently, he only had one up to Christmas. But he should do that more because he has good ability to hit a ball."
Hibs boss Pat Fenlon was content with a point after his side followed up their 3-2 victory over Inverness by moving seven points ahead of bottom club Dunfermline, who lost to Hearts on Saturday.
"We played a good side today and I think they deserved a point, their second-half performance was very good," Fenlon said.
"But I'm pleased with my own players as well. I thought the first-half performance was very good, we showed a bit of confidence from last week. I'm disappointed we didn't hang on, but a point was probably a fair result."