Striker aims to finish season with a bang at Ross County
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JORDAN White says Ross County want to put the disappointment of missing out on European football next season behind them by finishing the Premiership on a high against Dundee United tomorrow.
The Staggies’ hopes of Europa Conference football next season ended after a 4–1 defeat at Rangers on Wednesday.
With Dundee United drawing 1–1 with Celtic and Motherwell beating Hearts 2–1, Ross County will finish the campaign in sixth place.
Despite tomorrow being a dead rubber for Ross County, White says the team will be wanting to end the campaign on a high in front of their own fans at the Global Energy Stadium in Dingwall.
“We always want to finish well. There will be no holding back on Saturday, we want to go out on a high – especially in front of our own fans,” he said.
“The fans have been great. It comes with the interaction with the players and coaching staff, and everybody around the club.
“We are on a journey as we call it, and we want to keep moving that forward.”
White admitted that the players are disappointed missing out playing in Europe next season. But he says that is something they will aim for in the future.
“The boys are down, it’s really disappointing,” he said.
“We really felt we could have managed to get to Europe, but it’s not to be.
“I think when we look back and reflect on things, where we have come from to where we are now, it’s positive.
“At the start of the season we were playing well but just not getting the results.
“We have come on leaps and bounds.
“We can only look to build on that. There are still lessons to be learned.
“We have still had a really good season and we still want to go and finish on a high.
“It goes to show that if we can take that into next season, and start the season well, we’ve got a right chance.”