Brittain Has A Goal In Mind
Updated Monday, 30th March 2009
Ross County are in no-mans land in the First Division and want to head up rather than down the table.
Midfielder Richard Brittain believes Ross County should not be satisfied with finishing in the bottom half of the First Division. County will have to discover a winning mentality quickly as they could only manage a last-gasp equaliser against nine-men Dundee at the weekend at Victoria Park. The result leaves the Staggies just 8 points clear of basement side Clyde. The former Livingston and St Mirren player has made a big impact since joining County last summer, scoring four goals in 34 appearances this season. Brittain could not add to his total on Saturday but is looking to help his side progress up the league.
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He said: "There have been a lot of highs and lows that is for sure. Tuesday night against Dunfermline was a massive high for me getting on the scoresheet, then winning the game in the last minute. I was relieved to hit the back of the net. I had not scored for a while. You can always strive to do better and if you do not have that attitude anyway you should be disappointed. If you look at the league, there are four or five teams above us and if you are quite content to sit in mid-table you should be disappointed with yourself. We should be striving for the top of the table or the higher reaches anyway."
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