HE’S NEARING his one-year anniversary at the club, but Jacob Borg is looking to the future at Finn Harps.
The Australian-born Maltese international insists that Harps remain upbeat ahead of the visit of defending Premier Division champions Dundalk to Ballybofey on Saturday evening.
“The mindset is good and it’s positive,” Borg told Donegal Daily/Donegal Sport Hub.
“We haven’t got time to think about the negativity. It’s all positive and keeping the spirits up. We’ve been unfortunate with some results that haven’t gone our way.
“We’ve had some good results. We definitely should be higher than we are in the table.”
UCD are ahead of Harps on goal difference as the Donegal side look to edge the battle for survival.
It was around this juncture last year that Borg was recruited by Ollie Horgan and the Harps manager is expected to be in the market again this summer.
Borg said: “Hopefully if can bring some players in, they add to the team. Every game is different. It’s a big six months ahead. The games will slow down a bit and that’ll give us more time to recover.”
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