Spence believes he can reach top
number of years now. He’s put a lot of faith in me so I’m just trying to repay him.
“I believe in my own ability as well. From a young age I knew I could play at this level and I want to play at a higher level too.
“I need to thank the gaffer and Dundee for giving me a chance.
“I don’t know if it’s my ability or just sheer will to win but he saw something to bring me up here and I think my performances on the park are showing that.”
The youngster is a confident sort and not just in his own ability.
He is adamant the Dark Blues have what it takes to cause an upset tomorrow as they travel to Parkhead to face champions Celtic.
Spence said: “Away to Celtic is always a tough ask but we’re really looking forward to it.
“They’re a top team on 58 games unbeaten but records are there to be broken. We’re looking to be the team to do that.
“There’s no better way to do it than on their home turf.
“The full team has to be on it tomorrow and hope that Celtic have an off-day.
“We can take positives from Hibs and St Johnstone going there and getting draws.
“We want to go there and do better though. We want to win and put on a good show as well.
“We’re taking it game by game at the moment.”
Dundee midfielder Lewis Spence is grateful for his run in the first-team and is determined to make the most of his chance.