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Vincent confident of Inverness Caledonian Thistle finishing in the top two of Scottish Championship


By Will Clark


JAMES Vincent is confident Caley Thistle will finish in the top-two of the Scottish Championship if they can maintain their form.

James Vincent played in the 2-0 win against Dundee. Picture: Ken Macpherson
James Vincent played in the 2-0 win against Dundee. Picture: Ken Macpherson

Caley Thistle are four points clear of Ayr United in second place but are 14 points behind runaway leaders Dundee United.

Inverness remain in the top play-off spot and Vincent says if they continue to play the way they are that won't change at the end of the regular season.

But he also paid tribute to Dundee United for being so far in front at the halfway point of the campaign.

"I think you have to give credit to them as they have been relentless," he said.

"They have found that winning streak.

"But we just have to focus on ourselves, take each game at a time and see where we are at the end of the season.

“We are second at the moment and if we can keep going the way we are that is where we will be.

“It is up to us get our consistency levels up and push as high we can.”

Caley Thistle have won five of their last league seven matches and recovered from a disappointing defeat at home to Arbroath winning 2-0 at Dundee last weekend.

Vincent (30) says last weekend’s win at Dens Park was proof the Arbroath defeat was just a blip but that they must find consistency to secure second place.

"It is what we needed as we were below par against Arbroath,” he said.

“That was rare as the whole team didn’t show up.

“So for the whole team to put in a performance like they did at Dens Park against good opposition was positive.

“It shows that we can bounce back and we need to find that consistency level."



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