TADE LOOKS FOR CONSISTENCY
Inverness striker Gregory Tade hopes to dent St Johnstone's away record and march for Europe in Wednesday night's Clydesdale Bank Premier League clash at the Tulloch Caledonian Stadium.
Saints have the leading away record in the SPL, with just two defeats on the road this term, but Caley Thistle are eager to build on their 1-0 win at Aberdeen last Saturday and to finish the season on a high.
Victory would see Terry Butcher's men climb above St Mirren and the Dons into eighth in the table.
Tade, who scored the winner at Pittodrie, said: "They're a good team. (But) I'm not focusing on St Johnstone.
"Like every team in the top six they're good, but we've beaten teams in the top six before and they're just the next opponent.
"Last season we finished seventh, this season we're going to aim for seventh again since we can't get in the top six.
"We want people to see that Inverness Caledonian Thistle is a consistent team in the SPL. We want to be more than established.
"If we can finish seventh, which I can say we will because we've got a strong belief in our ability, it will be a good season.
"We can hold our heads high and say we've had a good season."
Tade is relishing the midweek fixture, despite having to plough a lone furrow for more than a third of the win at Aberdeen after the dismissal of Josh Meekings for two bookable offences.
He added: "I don't even think that much about being tired. Saturday was not a case of being tired, it was a case of getting the three points.
"I run all day and if I need to do it again I'll do it again.
"We'll approach the game in the right way and get a result again."
Tade took his tally to nine for the season with his goal against the Dons and he hopes to net a few more in the remaining eight games of the campaign.
He added: "There are eight games to go, I'll get a few more goals. I want to reach double figures."
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