Michael O’Halloran has repaid his St Johnstone team-mates at the first opportunity for letting them down in the Premiership opener at Tannadice.
And now the Perth forward, who went from being sent off against Dundee United to scoring an injury-time winner at Kilmarnock, has set his sights on turning a good start for Saints into a very good one, with three home games on the horizon.
“It was a long fortnight for me waiting to play again,” O’Halloran admitted.
“I was disappointed that the Aberdeen game was postponed because that meant I missed out on Rangers at Ibrox.
“That made it a long time for me to feel that I’d let the lads down but they did really well to earn a point against United and there’s jubilation at taking all three here.
“This is the gaffer’s first ever win as well.
“In fairness, we’ve started with three really tough away games but now we have three on the spin at home so hopefully we can stamp our authority on them and make McDiarmid Park a ground which no-one wants to come to.”