MIDFIELDER Connor Scully believes tomorrow’s League One clash away to Falkirk will be our toughest game of the whole campaign.
We face the Bairns at the Falkirk Stadium after playing back-to-back Betfred League Cup ties, against Dundee and Forfar Athletic.
Connor said: “I doubt if we will get a harder test this season.
“They are full-time and are seen by most people as the favourites to win our league.
“Like ourselves, they also have an excellent record at home, so we know it will take a really high level performance from us if we are to take anything from this game.”
Connor will also be hoping to continue his run of first team appearances since we stepped up to the SPFL.
He has started all 28 of the League Two matches we played last term and has done the same in all four of our League One matches this season.
“That’s something I’m very proud of,” said Connor.
“I really appreciate the manager showing faith in me, especially when everyone knows I had never played at SPFL level before.
“I’m hoping I stay fit enough to become an ever present this season too.
“I know I will also need to keep playing at a high standard if that is to happen and that is what I will be trying to do.”
We have no fresh injuries for the game but midfielder Jamie Masson misses out due to suspension.
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