Dundee United will head for the Highlands without any fear, insists Paul McMullan.
The Tangerines were left in tatters the last time they played Ross County, with a 5-1 Tannadice defeat on September 29 the final straw that saw Csaba Laszlo leave the club.
However, United appear to have been transformed under Laszlo successor Robbie Neilson, whose record now reads three wins and a draw.
The revival continued at the weekend as they bagged a 2-0 home success against Queen of the South and they are in fine shape as they prepare to take on County in Dingwall this Saturday.
McMullan said: “We’ve got four unbeaten games behind us and we are going to go up there with no fear.
“We will play our game and hopefully get the three points.
“The confidence is building.
“You can see that out there, with guys trying wee things during games.
“It’s brilliant to be involved in.
“I don’t know what it is like to watch but it is really good to be a part of this.
“You want to see attacking football and hopefully it continues.”