CORK CITY'S midfield dynamo Conor McCormack said the team are aiming to win every game between now and the end of the league season.
The man from Carlingford was speaking to the media ahead of tonight’s re-arranged league game with Bohemians at Turner’s Cross (7.45pm).
“We are happy with the way we are playing and I think our results bear that out and I have every intention of giving it 110% in every game to the end of the season.
"We have no complaints and it’s great for us to be challenging for the three major domestic trophies.
“It’s another busy week for the lads with Bohs in town tonight, we have Drogheda away on Friday night and then it’s Shamrock Rovers away in the semi-finals of the EA Sports Cup at Tallaght Stadium on next Monday night,” said McCormack.
City boss John Caulfield is planning two or three changes tonight and will rotate his squad in the hope of taking another step towards the league title.
“We know we are close to it now but we have to keep our heads and keep our focus.
"There will be a change or two with Jimmy Keohane, Greg Bolger and Achille Campion all looking to play tonight.
“I don’t know about Dundalk being under pressure but I think our team probably hasn’t got the credit it deserves but we might at the end of the season.
"We don’t care about the other teams, we just do our job and hopefully, we will be the best in the country.
"We are all steeped in the club and we’d love to win the league this year,” he added.
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