Forfar Farmington’s Gemma Collier thought the side did better in the second half in their defeat against Celtic after a poor first half.
The 24 year old defender played all ninety minutes but believes the side can push on and possibly get something against Hibs this Sunday.
Collier said “I’m quite disappointed, I feel that we sat off a bit in the first half and let them play rather than take the game to them but we did better in the second half.”
“I think it’s really important that the girls stay positive and we try and play our own game when facing the other sides, we need to go out with the mentality that we’re going to win games.”
“I don’t see why we can’t get something next week, it’s 11vs 11 and it’s anyone’s game if you go out with the right attitude and want to win the game, I feel like we’ve got a good chance to take something from it.”
“I feel like it’s disappointing today but we have to put that behind us and take what we can learn from it and go into the next game with the mentality that we can win.”
Collier returned to the club at the beginning of the season after taking a year out, with her last appearance before returning coming back in October 2013.
“I’m happy to be back, it’s a great bunch of girls, we all get on really well and I feel like we’re going to grow as a team throughout the season.”