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PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Motherwell captain Declan Gallagher has told his side to use the five post-split Premiership fixtures to finish the season strongly "for the fans". The defender, who has only just returned from injury, says it has been difficult without having supporters in the ground to roar them on, and hopes that can change soon. But he says the least they can do is finish as high up the table as possible, starting with the visit by St Mirren on Saturday. Gallagher told Motherwell FC's website: "Going into the last five league games I think we have to go in there with a positive mind-set. "Obviously safety is what we're going for, but we have the ability to go as high up as we can, get maximum points, and finish the season as a whole strong for the fans, because it's what they deserve. Read More Related Articles Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta unsure if Kieran Tierney will play again this season "This year has been hard, it has been hard for everyone about the club, and not having them here to see us play - especially in my first season as captain - has been disappointing for me, because I would love to have had them here.
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." Gallagher returned to the team in the 5-0 Scottish Cup third round win over Highland League side Formartine United, and was delighted to come through it without any reaction. He said: "For me, to get back into the team and get that first 90 minutes after my injury, it has been brilliant. "When I came back the boys had been doing great, they had kept two clean sheets, so I had to work hard at training and had to keep pushing to try and get my place back in the team. "As the club captain I had to stay professional, because at the end of the day people still look up to me regardless of if I'm injured or not, and obviously I stayed as positive as I can until I got back into the team.
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"It has been a hard time, but I'm thankful that I got that 90 minutes on Saturday and it has made me feel a lot better."
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