Paul Dixon has great Scottish Cup memories at Dundee United to look back on- but he now wants progression in the same cup with Falkirk.

Dixon has been part of a Bairns side pushing for promotion back to the Championship this term. Just recently, he broke over 500 career appearances after spells at Dundee, their neighbours United over two spells, Huddersfield and Grimsby Town.

Dixon was once a Tangerine. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

It was the 2010 Scottish Cup winning Tangerines squad that Dixon was involved in- but no part in the final was played. He broke his toe before the final and was forced to sit out.

He likes the cup and Dixon wants to create more memories like he did at United: “It’s a fresh change from the league, we’ll be looking to build on what we have been doing recently. We want to try and build as much momentum as possible.

RONALDO NEEDS TO STOP WHINING.

“I’ve had some good memories in the cup, up until I broke my toe in 2010! I was still part of the squad that won that cup with Dundee United, so it’s still a great memory.

Dixon made some good memories at Dundee United. (ED Jones/AFP via Getty Images)

“We need to go to Arbroath and believe we can beat them. Belief is there so if we can do what we’re good at, we can come away with the win. You need to have a bit of luck I’d say.

“We’ll see it how it goes. We need to fully focus and do our job.”

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