Dundee United’s final game of the season against Morton on Saturday may be meaningless with both teams’ positions assured, however for Callum Booth the desire for positive momentum means United will not take their foot off the pedal.
“We’ve been on a good run,” he said.
“So, we just want to keep that momentum going.
“Momentum in football is really, really important.
“We go down to Morton, both teams have nothing to play for, but we want to push on and go into the play-offs in a really good and positive frame of mind.”
United have been in good form of late with three wins on the bounce and the feeling is that the team are coming to the boil at the right time with the play-offs looming.
“We have had a few hard games in there as well and beat potential play-off rivals along the way,” he said.
“Everything is bubbling along nicely and hopefully we can keep everyone fit, go down to Morton, get a win and then get ready for the play-offs after that.”
Meanwhile, Booth has revealed how much he has enjoyed playing alongside Jamie Robson on United’s left-hand side. Previously the two were vying for the left-back slot, however head coach Robbie Neilson has elected to play both together with Robson in midfield.
“It has been good,” he said.
“I think we have both been enjoying it.
“So far it has worked not too bad and I’ve certainly enjoyed having Jamie in front of me.
“We just try and get as many crosses in as we can.
“We are both left-footed out there and we both like to stay wide and cross the ball as much as we can.
“I think we have been linking up quite well so long may that continue.”