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Still one game at a time at Ross County after good form


By Andrew Henderson


Ross County club captain Marcus Fraser does not think the Staggies have changed targets for the season after their good start to the campaign.

Eight games into life back in the Premiership, County sit fifth on 12 points, one behind Aberdeen on goal difference.

A strong performance in a draw away at Hearts was backed up by wins over Motherwell, Hamilton and St Mirren, before taking more points from Kilmarnock and St Johnstone.

Ross County captain Marcus Fraser is not letting himself look too far ahead after going four games unbeaten. Picture: Ken Macpherson
Ross County captain Marcus Fraser is not letting himself look too far ahead after going four games unbeaten. Picture: Ken Macpherson

That has seen the Staggies exceed some pre-season expectations of a fight against relegation so far.

But Fraser says the squad are not looking too far ahead, only focusing on the next game.

“I don’t think we’ve reassessed anything,” he said.

“Where we are just now, we’re in a good place and a good moment in the season.

“We just need to continue that, we’ve got tough games coming up and we recognise that, but that doesn’t mean we don’t believe we can get anything from them.

“We have to believe, and we will work hard to achieve that.

“We can’t get too down when we’re getting beat because we know there’s always a game around the corner. That’s the case when you’re winning or picking up points too, there are always games coming thick and fast.”

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