Murray Davidson will return to pre-season training with the same zeal and determination as always – “come back in good shape and prove how good you are.”
Free-kicks outside the box have been costly for St Johnstone in recent weeks.
Talking Football: Dundee deserve to pat themselves on back and United ready to go again against Dunfermline
In this week's Talking Football, Courier football writers Ian Roache and Neil Robertson tackle Dundee's positive performance against Aberdeen, look ahead to Dundee United's trip to Dunfermline and ponder whether or not the "big black cloud" has lifted at St Johnstone.
He is no mean scorer himself but Tony Watt admits he might be having a quiet word after St Johnstone play Kilmarnock with goal machine Kris Boyd to ask him the secret of his success.
Nomadic striker Tony Watt is keen to put down roots at McDiarmid Park.
The pre-match message from St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright will be music to St Mirren fans’ ears.
Scott Tanser’s bounce back from a James Forrest-inflicted nightmare has earned the admiration of St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright.
Matty Kennedy is still waiting for his first cap for Northern Ireland.
St Johnstone goal hero Murray Davidson has admitted he feared the worst when he damaged his knee.
Tommy Wright stopped short of labelling Saturday’s McDiarmid Park clash with Motherwell as a “must-win” contest for St Johnstone.