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I'll prove that I belong at the top level, says under-fire Oran Kearney

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Oran Kearney has opened up about life as boss of Scottish Premiership strugglers St Mirren, insisting he has no regrets about taking the job and outlining his determination to keep them in the top flight alongside the likes of Celtic and Rangers.

"I'm still ultra-positive and believe we can stay in the Scottish Premiership," said Kearney.

St Mirren were knocked out of the Scottish Cup by Championship outfit Dundee United at the weekend and currently sit bottom of the league table with many predicting they are doomed to relegation.

The Buddies have only won three Premiership games so far this season but Kearney, who inspired the Bannsiders to Irish Cup glory last season, is refusing to give up hope.

Kearney admits since leaving the Coleraine hotseat in September it has been a tough baptism of fire in full-time football, but he has relished the experience, declaring it has made him a better manager.

"The fans have been great, so too the players and people at the club and now we want to finish the season really strongly and stay up."

"Of course it has been tough and it is a huge challenge but I have no regrets, none at all, about coming to St Mirren.
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