Gary Woods is looking forward to catching up with some former team-mates and staff at Ross County on Saturday – after taking three points from them.
The talented goalkeeper was on loan at County from Leyton Orient last season, helping the Dingwall side win the League Cup, and he has happy memories there.
However, he’s determined to get Accies on the right track after the disappointment of blowing a 3-1 lead against Hearts on Monday.
Woods said: “I hope we go there and get the three points, first and foremost. I enjoyed my time up there and I have some good memories but I want to get the three points – and talk to them after.”
On the 3-3 draw with Hearts, Woodsy said: “It’s frustrating. We were 3-1 up with 20 minutes to go and we had to see the game out.
“Unfortunately Dan Seaborne slipped, they got the penalty, but we still needed to see the game ut, and the third goal was just poor defending from our perspective.
“We were playing good football, but errors are costing us at the minute and we’re gutted. I thought we deserved the three points, but that’s football.
“It’s like we’re broken records, because we’re coming out and saying the same things every week.
“Probably the only game this season that we haven’t turned up in was Dundee at home, and it’s disappointing, but results will change for us if we continue to do what we’re doing and playing the way we are.
“Everyone is beating everyone, people are picking up points when you don’t think they’re going to. We’re gutted, it was a good chance for us to get into the top six.
“It’s individual errors that are costing us, and if we cut them out I’m sure we’ll start picking up three points, hopefully starting on Saturday.
“If you look at the games we’ve had when we’ve been in winning positions we should have far more points than we have, but first and foremost the performances are there to see.
“It’s not like we’ve been playing badly; hopefully luck changes a little bit for us.”
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