Confident as to find form
when you are on a run like this, it means it’s a good place to come to your work each day.”
King stresses hard graft has also played a big part in getting the season up and running and he knows plenty more will be needed if three points are to be taken from what looks a tricky trip to West Lothian.
After coming up from League One, hosts Livi have been in impressive form. Just one defeat so far has put them in fourth spot, just two points short of United.
And three wins and a draw i n September saw the Almondvale side perform marginally better than the Tannadice men and earn manager David Hopkin the second tier’s Manager of the Month award this week.
That means it looks certain to be a hard-fought 90 minutes and King is expecting exactly that.
He, though, believes United have what it takes to make it three big wins on the bounce.
“It’s not going to be easy because Livingston have been going well and I think they’ve lost just once through there.
“After our recent wins, we’re feeling confident and I think we have a right to be.
“We’ll be going there looking to get another three points and we’re capable of getting them.”
run going after recent victories against Dunfermline, Morton and Linfield when they travel to Livingston tomorrow.