Josh Windass believes that Sevco are about to launch a title charge.
It seems that a 4-1 win away to Hamilton has wiped out the memories of being outplayed by Celtic at Ibrox.
Last season Windass predicted that Sevco could win the title without having to beat Celtic and was in similar mode today as he talked up an unlikely totle success.
â€œYeah, obviously we’ve got a new team and there’s a big transition period going on but I think that with the team we’ve got we should be challenging better than we did last year,â€� he told the Daily Record.
“At this club every game is important. There’s pressure on every single match we play but obviously the semi-final is next week and as a young boy you dream of playing in semi-finals and cup finals so hopefully we can win that and get to the final.â€�
Six months after taking charge of Sevco Pedro Caixinha has still to enjoy three wins on the bounce despite having the best squad in Scotland.
In three matches against Celtic, two of which were staged at Ibrox, the hoops have racked up a goal difference of 9-1.
On Friday night Sevco travel to St Johnstone on level points with Tommy Wright’s side with both clubs trailing joint leaders Celtic and Aberdeen by six points after just eight matches.
Since joining Sevco in a Â£135,000 deal from Accrington last summer Windass has scored one SPFL goal in 28 appearances.