Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes trusts his side can utilize the success over Ross County at Pittodrie as a means for a fruitful season
had gone four games without a success before Curtis Main's brace thrashed the
, who hit the rock bottom of the
McInnes is likewise determined to improve his team in the winter transfer window.
“You don’t really look at the league table until you come out of December and it’s normally just short of the halfway stage and it starts to play out who’s fighting for what." he said.
“I’m confident the team will get better, and I’m confident – if we can make the changes in January I’m hoping to make – that with a fair run with injuries, we can do well this year.
“I really believe the potential of this team and the squad”.
County, however, are as yet engaged with the
, and keeping in mind that Wednesday night's quarter-last outing to Livingston is a much-needed diversion from their losses, coach Stuart Kettlewell stresses the league competition is the most important.
“The bread and butter is the league campaign,” he commented. “The cup games take care of themselves. It did at Parkhead. We go to try to win the game of course, and we’ll do the same again in midweek.
“The record we have to turn round has to be the league. There are some big games coming up in a short space of time.
“We had two more injuries today so we’ll have a look at who’s available to go again through the week and have a think about the games coming up because we are short of options at the minute”.
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