Norwich City midfielder Tony Andreu eyes Scottish Premiership
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Norwich City midfielder Tony Andreu is gearing up for his own play-off push as Dundee United look to reach the Scottish Premiership.
Andreu was on target in Saturday's latest 3-2 league win over St Mirren that kept the Tangerines a point behind second-placed Falkirk.
Grant Holt's Hibernian have already been crowned Scottish Championship winners but who joins them next season, to tackle the likes of Celtic and Rangers, is up for grabs.
Alex Neil's first signing at Norwich City has been a revelation on a season long loan stint north of the border, scoring 21 goals in 36 appearances, and the 28-year-old wants no let up now.
United conceded an 86th minute equaliser at Tannadice but Blair Spittal notched a stoppage time winner.
'In the end we showed that we wanted it more,' Andreu told the Dundee Courier. 'That's what we need to hang on to for the next games. We fought and we fought.
'It's not ideal that we had to score three goals to win the game but mentally that will be a good three points for us. It keeps our run going, which is good as well.
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'I think that we didn't play very well. Overall, they played better than us if I'm honest. They kept the ball better. We made it hard when we conceded the late goal and we didn't defend well enough for it. We showed a great response though. And we won.'