Stop-start St Johnstone are aiming to go through the gears in their first three-game week of the season.
Starting with Kilmarnock tomorrow, the Perth side at last have a chance to build some momentum after their Premiership start was disrupted by the Covid-19 call-off of their clash with Aberdeen.
And winger Craig Conway believes Saints’ performance in the 3-0 defeat to Rangers in midweek has given them a platform to attack these matches with confidence.
“Due to unforeseen circumstances it has been a frustrating couple of weeks for us,” said the former Dundee United man. “We seem to have been the victim of everything else.
“We have a chance now and a few games coming up. We have Kilmarnock and the Aberdeen game as well. We have a few games in a short spell of time but if we can build on the Rangers performance and carry on then I don’t think we will be far away from where we want to be.
“A 3-0 was harsh on us but Rangers are a top side. We made sure it wasn’t easy for them. You could sense they were getting frustrated and probably if their fans had been in the ground they might have got on top of them.
“We can take the positives and go on from here.”