SHAUN PATTON insists that Donegal need to show plenty of improvement from their season-opening win over Monaghan on Sunday.
Donegal now face Derry on Wednesday with a positive result at Celtic Park set to secure a semi-final berth,
“There’s a lot we need to look at now leading into Wednesday,” Patton told Donegal Daily/Donegal Sport Hub.
“It’s a good way to start off the year with a win. It’s not a nice place to come here for other teams, MacCumhaill Park. We’ll try and make it a fortress but we got off the hook against Monaghan.”
Donegal were two ahead when Ryan Wylie was fouled and Monaghan were given a golden chance to turn the tide. Patton, however, saved from Carey and also kept out the rebound.
The St Eunan’s stopper said: “It’s luck of the draw with penalties and you just go the way you go and luckily enough it came off today and I saved it. I wouldn’t be worrying about that. I’m just glad with the clean sheet and any day you get a clean sheet as a goalkeeper is a positive.”
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