It would work, but you should modify the script.
This script is very useful but a user that commented this script said ( correctly, I've just tried ) that in order to make it work you have to replace:
result_link_xpath: "//*[(name() = 'DIV' and @class='g') or (name() = 'H3' and @class='sem')]/H2/A",
result_link_xpath: "//*[(name() = 'LI' and @class='g') or (name() = 'H3' and @class='r')]/A",
Besides there is another thing that you should correct: the script only works on "google.*/search", but it should also work in "google.*": infact when you go to google.com and do a search, the results are displayed in google.com itself and not in /search page, so the thumbnails don't appear.
Adding the @include rule is not enough, you also have to modify the script.