Forfar Athletic midfielder James Dale was delighted to be back in the squad on Saturday and help the side to a deserved victory over league leaders Greenock Morton.
The young Englishman scored the opener in the 24th minute in his first start since the beginning of November although Dale was keen to stress the win was more important.
“It was a brilliant feeling to be back in the squad, I’ve been wanting to do that for a couple of months now, just push myself back in but the most important thing is the victory for the team.”
With Cappielow a difficult venue, the former Bristol Rovers and Stirling Univeristy player reckons everyone can be pleased with the part they played in the win.
“Being away to the top of the league, it’s a very hard game, we had a bad time here in November as well but the boys produced well, great performances all around the pitch and it produced a good victory for us”
Dale hopes the side can build on the win and grab all three points again tonight against Peterhead, which would put them joint top with Morton.
“That’s the thing, every game’s important, we’ve got away to Peterhead on Tuesday, again a massive game, and then you’ve got to focus on Saturday against Stranraer, so every game from now on is going to be difficult, we’ve just got to go out and produce the same as we have here, high intensity, energetic, keep our positions and just get three points, that’s all we can do”