Whyte: Win will put Kinnoull back in mix
game looking to get a positive result.
“We drew with them the last time we played them, but had we taken our chances we could’ve sneaked it.
“I think if we managed to win on Saturday it would be the perfect response from last week.
“And it would certainly put us right back in the mix to mount a title challenge, which is exactly where we want to be.”
Whyte penned a contract extension at Tulloch Park at the tail end of last year and says it’s a club with plenty of ambition.
He said: “I think it’s been a real mixed bag this season so far, we know it’s a tough league and anyone can beat anyone on their day.
“We’ve had some really good results but also dropped some points we feel we shouldn’t have.
“We’ve still got a really young team and we’re learning all the time.
“Generally we always pick up in the second half of the season so hopefully we can do that going forward.
“I signed an extension just before Christmas there. I enjoy playing for Kinnoull and I feel the club is certainly moving in the right direction.
“We’ve got a real young team but we’ve got a great team spirit and the lads all get on well on and off the park.”
The only other Premier League North fixture on Saturday will see Luncarty, who still boast an unbeaten record, welcome second-from-bottom Forfar Albion to Brownlands Park. Greg Whyte (left) and his Kinnoull team-mates face off against Dundee North End tomorrow