by Jonathan McQuillan
Charlie Telfer netted his fourth goal of the season on Saturday against Queen of the South and the midfielder was pleased with how the squad performed in the second half and admits how important the next few games will be.
Speaking to gmfc.net, he said: “I think after the first half we were happy with the point at the end. It was a tale of two halves for us really. We seemed a big leggy in the first half but we picked it up in the second.
“I think it shows good resilience going into the final fixtures of the season by getting the equaliser, not just today but in midweek against Ayr too.
“We knew today was important which is why we were disappointed by the way we started but we showed a good fight to come back in the second half.
“Tuesdays another important game for us against Alloa and I think we have a little bit of momentum going into it.
“I know we haven’t won today but we’re not far away from it but if we can be a bit more consistent in both halves we stand a good chance.
Talking about his goal Charlie Telfer was certainly pleased with the strike. He added: “When I hit it I thought it’s got a chance, it’s going through lots of bodies, I think the keeper got a hand to it and when I saw it go in I was just delighted, if you don’t shoot you don’t score but I was pleased with the hit.
Four points separate the bottom five teams and Telfer is confident that the Ton can end the season positively.
He concluded: “We’re disappointed with the way things stand just now in the league table but it’s us that’s got us there.
“We’re confident we can get out of it and I feel we’re one good result away from it and then we can hopefully finish the season on a high.
“Alloa have built up a bit of momentum themselves so the game on Tuesday is huge, every game at the moment is so important but I feel if we play as good as we can we’ll get a good result.”