CHRISTIE ELLIOTT insists Partick Thistle players are going into the international break on a high – despite the disappointing 2-1 defeat from Aberdeen at Firhill on Friday night.
The Maryhill star said: “We had two wins before that loss which was good for confidence. I think we should focus on what we’ve done well recently instead of stewing on the result from this one too much over the break.
“We’ll come back in, work hard and, hopefully, we can put it right. There’s nothing to be too down about.

“I thought overall our performance was good enough, we just have to be more ruthless in front of goal and if we had done we could have won. It was a really tight game, but we created a lot and I reckon we deserved something.

“It’s not the first time we’ve played really well this season and got nothing – we’ve just got to take our chances.

“We also need to tighten up a bit because we’re conceding goals too easily. That’s on the team collectively, from the front to the back.

“We have massive games coming up against Motherwell and Rangers, but we’ve got nothing to be scared of going by our previous games against them.

“There will be no problem with confidence, we’ll gather ourselves and go into those games looking to win them both.”


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