Ross County star Jordan Tillson has stated his side’s aim in their battle to avoid relegation. That is, to string a run of league wins together.

At the moment, the Dingwall side are currently bottom of the Premiership table. However, they are only one points behind Hamilton and Motherwell.

Ahead of the game against Aberdeen this afternoon, Tillson has disclosed that John Hughes’ side are targeting a run of wins that would push them up the league table.

“A couple of wins”

“We’ve got to try and string a couple of results together. A couple of wins on the bounce. Just look at what some of the sides have done. If you win three or four games in this league you can really push up the league. So, that’s our aim to do that” he said.

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Jordan Tillson of Ross County in action against Celtic (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

RONALDO NEEDS TO STOP WHINING.

Tillson also commented on what it is like being a footballer from England playing in Scotland during a pandemic. He feels fortunate that unlike some of his teammates, his family are in Scotland with him.

“We’re lucky”

“It’s tough, but I’m fortunate. I feel for the other lads who’ve got no family, I’ve got my family up here. We haven’t seen family for a long time. We’re lucky enough to get to got to work at the moment, some people can’t.”

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Ross County’s Jordan Tillson has targeted a run of wins (Photo by Alan Harvey/SNS Group via Getty Images)

The player also praised the guidelines that Ross County have introduced to make sure that there is no Covid-19 outbreak at the club.

“The club have given us really good guidelines of what we can and cannot do, and how we go about things. It’s been fine.”

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