Level of play should boost con­fi­dence

The Press and Journal (Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire) - - THE SCORE -

We’ve been play­ing great, we re­ally have. Our per­for­mances against Mor­ton, Ross County and Queen of the South have been good but we have not had that clin­i­cal edge up front.

Both teams came out the traps and it was a good end-to-end game for 20 min­utes, but we started to boss it af­ter that.

We had some re­ally good chances and hit the post, and I thought “here we go again”.

We just needed that lit­tle bit of qual­ity in the fi­nal third and I was won­der­ing whether we would get it, but when the ball came in from Sean Welsh Jor­dan White got on the end of it and it was a great header.

We spoke to the play­ers about be­ing on the front foot and we did that, cre­at­ing a great chance through Aaron Do­ran, who was bril­liant, but he missed it.

From there I feared the nerves would kick in but we saw it out.

Char­lie Traf­ford went on and shored the team up a bit and we did what we needed to do. The way we have been play­ing should give us con­fi­dence and I hope it does.

I speak to my brother a lot and he tells me I sound like a bro­ken record at times as we play re­ally well, miss loads of chances and lose games, and that’s what has hap­pened.

Aaron Do­ran was bril­liant but missed a great chance, ac­cord­ing to Ca­ley This­tle man­ager John Robert­son

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