The chairman of the Dundee Football Club Supporters Trust expects around 1,000 of the Dark Blues’ faithful to make the long trip to Paisley on Saturday as Dee look to continue their recent revival. Two wins and a draw from their last three has seen the Dens Park club climb from the depths of despair to within touching distance of safety. A win at St Mirren, who are one place and point better off, would see Dundee off the bottom for the first time in more than ten weeks.'This game is huge for the club,' said Harris. 'I’m sure the manager wouldn't thank me for saying it but we have a fantastic opportunity. I think this club and this team have turned the corner. By no means are St Mirren any mugs. Everyone has to remember they are a seasoned SPL side and will pose a different kind of challenge to us this weekend.''Every game in this division is tough but if we continue to play the way we have of late, I have every confidence in them. From being so far behind to now within a point is some achievement.We want to win every game, but I think it also very important not to get beat. A point away from home anywhere at this level is positive.'Harris was keen to point out that the recent pick up on the field has nothing to do with luck. He hailed the hard work and commitment shown by the playing and non-playing staff at the club, who he says are all pulling in the right direction for the good of the club.'Brick by brick we are building,' said Harris. 'On the pitch we have a fantastic bunch of players. Every single one of them to a man has been excellent – the camaraderie in the dressing room is second to none. At boardroom level everyone is working hard to make sure the club is travelling in the right direction. And we couldn’t have anyone more hard working than Barry Smith at the helm.''The recent results are testament to the work put in by all of them. We just need to hope the results can keep coming, especially on Saturday. The amount of fans travelling over will make a huge difference to the players.'
Source: Dundee Mad