Dundee United continue their busy programme of final games when visiting already relegated Brechin City this evening (kick-off 7.45pm).
The Tangerines are in much better spirits following a couple of vital single-goal victories at home to champions St Mirren and Falkirk.
Those two crucial results have been sufficient to lift them back into the play-offs and now appearing strongly-placed.
“If we can keep the spirit and help each other, it will be OK,” manager Csaba Laszlo assured the Dundee Evening Telegraph. “Against Falkirk it was very important to see that if somebody made a mistake the next player was there and tried to help.
“This is what I want against Brechin, the team performance must be good,” he insisted. “If we can do this I think we will have a good position for the play-offs.”
Brechin have totalled just four points this season while disastrously losing 29 of their 33 league games played so far.
Skipper Paul McLean returns from a two-game ban for them but Gary Fusco is rated doubtful.
Long-term injury victims Andy Jackson, Ryan McGeever and Craig Storie remain sidelined.