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Striker says looking too far in front could cost Inverness Caley Thistle


By Will Clark

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STRIKER Nikolay Todorov says it is vital Inverness Caledonian Thistle only concentrate on their next game and not where they could finish at the end of the regular season.

Picture - Ken Macpherson, Inverness. Morton(1) v Inverness CT(4). 06.04.21. ICT’s Nickolay Todorov celebrates his 1st goal with Scott Allan.
Picture - Ken Macpherson, Inverness. Morton(1) v Inverness CT(4). 06.04.21. ICT’s Nickolay Todorov celebrates his 1st goal with Scott Allan.

The Bulgarian striker says the club was perhaps guilty of looking too far ahead earlier this season and not concentrating on their next opponents, which led to a poor run of form of just one win in 13 games.

However, the club have turned their season around, winning their last six games in all competitions and are back in the play-off zone with four matches remaining.

Todorov, says the success has been down to concentrating on who is in front of them next, and says that mentality can’t change in the remainder of the season.

“We don’t look that far ahead,” he said.

“We had been doing that at the start of the season then had the bad run.

“We just take it game by game.

“We’ll recover and focus on Saturday.

“We’re on a really good run at the moment and everyone is enjoying it. Everyone is working hard for each other.

“We need to focus game by game and see where it takes us.”

Todorov starred in the 4-1 win against Greenock Morton on Tuesday night scoring twice along with goals from Scott Allardice and Daniel MacKay.

Todorov says it is difficult to highlight an aspect on their return to form and is just pleased they are winning again.

“We were in a really tough position two months ago. I don’t know why but it’s clicked. I don’t know if it’s the new manager or the boys realised where we are and needed to graft for the wins.

“I’m enjoying my football, but it’s not just me; you can see the lads are buzzing. We have six wins in a row – and I’m just enjoying it.”


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