LISTEN – Mark Ridgers says Inverness Caledonian Thistle can right the wrongs of previous results to turn their season around after win against Ayr United.
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GOALKEEPER Mark Ridgers praised the reaction of Inverness Caledonian Thistle from losing at home to Queen of the South during midweek with a superb win at Ayr United yesterday.
Goals from Daniel MacKay and Shane Sutherland gave Inverness their first win in six matches and moved them out of the relegation zone into eighth place.
Other results yesterday mean Inverness are only four points off Queen of the South in fourth place in the play-off zone with four games in hand.
Ridgers says it has been a frustrating time for the club, but said the team proved at Somerset Park they can turn the corner.
“The games since we have come back have been frustrating," he said.
“We’ve haven't been able to get saves and the goals we have conceded have been poor.
“The good thing obviously is getting the win and to bounce back after the disappointing start that we have had since games have started for us.
“So we have to start building up from Wednesday and we take that forward and see where we can go.
“It is definitely a positive now coming off the back of the game on Wednesday which from my point of view was way below standard.
“But it has been difficult with a slow start and the way things have been and it has been really hard.
“What this does for us is, when we get games back to back, we can right the wrongs of the previous games.
“The way the schedule is, we’ve got plenty of those games to do it.”