INSTITUTE manager Paul Kee admits his players need to remain focus and take nothing for granted when they travel to lowly Dergview, on Saturday.
Kee’s men currently sit eight points clear of Richard Clarke’s side and they have picked up four points from their last three games, defeating Donegal Celtic but more impressively drawing 2-2 at league leaders Dundela.
“We have to go to Dergview and try to keep our momemtum going,” stated Kee.
“Complacency can happen in any game, but we’ll be making the players aware that Dergview went to Dundela a couple of weeks ago and drew 2-2, we’ll have an hour’s training session on Thursday night and then we’ll sit down a chat about what way we’ll approach Saturday’s game.
“Iam McFaul has watched Dergview for us and we have a good idea what way they play and we have a good idea who their key players are, but if we can keep what we are doing and get our key players influencing the game then on our day we are a match for any team. “It’s just a case of keeping that level of concentration and discipline going and I think the players want that, they know the importance of the league, so it’s up for us to remind them of that tomorrow night.”
The Waterside men may have Paddy McLaughlin back from suspension, while Declan McKeever may also be involved, but Robbie Hume is likely to miss out again through injury.
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