Tommy Wright believes that the “big black cloud” gathering over McDiarmid Park has been lifted by St Johnstone’s back to back draws.
Ending a winless run was essential for St Johnstone on Saturday.
St Johnstone’s season has been peppered with heartening performances followed up by dispiriting set-backs but Murray Davidson is confident that Saturday’s St Mirren stalemate wasn’t one of them.
It is tiny margins not tactics that are costing St Johnstone, according to manager Tommy Wright.
Supersub Callum Hendry was the St Johnstone hero again after scoring the goal which secured Tommy Wright’s side their first league away win of the season, and indeed the calendar year.
The prospect of St Johnstone losing Matty Kennedy at the end of the season has increased after Aberdeen took their interest in Tommy Wright’s star man to the next level.
It might not have been a Christmas classic of a football match but St Johnstone’s Boxing Day win against Hamilton Accies could be the decisive moment of the season for the Perth men.
The St Johnstone squad in Northern Ireland has four trialists in it, as the Perth side prepare for their first match of pre-season tomorrow night.
Stevie May is yet to reach the heights St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright believes he will hit in his second spell at the Perth club.
After making his worst career decision, Callum Booth hopes he has now made his best.