Ross County winger Josh Mullin insists his move to Dingwall has been vindicated by the club potientially achieving the double.
County stand on the verge of securing the Championship title, with the Dingwall men needing just a point from tomorrow’s home game against Queen of the South in order to seal their triumph.
The Staggies have already claimed the IRN-BRU Cup this term, with Mullin netting twice in the 3-1 final victory over Connah’s Quay Nomads last month.
Mullin has been a standout performer for Stuart Kettlewell and Steven Ferguson’s men, after turning down the opportunity to step up to the top-flight with Livingston last year to sign a two-year deal at Victoria Park.
Mullin, who won League 1 with Livi in 2017 and the League 2 title with Albion Rovers two years previosuly, feels his success with the Staggies proves he made the right call.
Mullin said: “It would mean a lot. There was a lot of speculation when I left Livingston last season, a lot of people maybe were not sure whether I left on my own or was not offered a contract.
“I know my own situation, I had a couple of offers but I chose to come here because I saw the facilities and spoke to the chairman. It had everything to further my career, and that has definitely shown over the course.
“I think it’s 13 goals and 19 assists now. There are still a couple of games to go, but I have enjoyed every minute of it. I got a couple of goals in the IRN-BRU Cup final as well. It’s a gamble that’s looking like it has definitely paid off.
“I have won a few leagues, but this would be the icing on the cake. To do the double would be incredible, some great players play with good clubs but they don’t really win anything.
“Fortunately enough I could be looking to make it two in one season, and I have won a couple before. It has been excellent.”
Mullin is looking forward to finally stepping up to the top-flight next term, with the 26-year-old adding: “I have still got another year left at the club. I’m looking forward to that challenge next season, and I think I’m going into that season feeling good.
“It would be excellent just to do it mathematically on Friday, then I can just enjoy my holidays which we have all deserved as everybody has been excellent.
“We can then prepare for the summer, coming back with that fresh challenge in mind and ready to go.”