Shane Duffy is eager to prove his doubters wrong by looking to turn around his season from hell.
Duffy arrived in Glasgow in September on a loan from Brighton.
It looked like an exciting progression considering he had been a Premier League starter last term.
He was the new Republic of Ireland captain and had a legacy as an outstanding athlete in terms of how effectively he could work with dominant centre forwards.
With 27 season performances, you should be able to find only a couple of decent ones.
Duffy said the following:
“If you asked me 10 years ago I probably wouldn’t have believed the career I’ve gone on and had. I’m proud of myself for digging in there, especially when a lot of people doubt you.
“The satisfaction of going to prove people wrong is good so I’m happy, I still feel I have a lot more in me to go and prove people wrong again.
“I’ve had a bit of a sticky patch at the minute which happens a lot of footballers. I feel I have the right mentality to get through it and as I said, I want to prove people wrong again and go and kick on again.”