A Waterford FC midfielder says they’ll be focusing on one game at a time for the remainder of the season.
The Blues are in fourth place and still within reach of European football next season.
They’re two points behind 3rd place Shamrock Rovers with five games still to play.
Up next is the visit of Sligo Rovers to the RSC this evening for a vital game in the Airtricity League Premier Division.
Speaking to WLR Sport, Cory Galvin says they won’t be worrying about what Shamrock Rovers are doing.
He’s expecting a big turnout at the RSC on Friday.
Kick-off at the Kilbarry venue is at 7:45pm, Matt Keane will have updates across the evening here on WLR.
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Elsewhere tonight, It’s a crucial night ahead in the Premier Division title race.
Defending champions Cork City welcome the league leaders Dundalk to Turners Cross with the Lilywhites holding a six-point advantage at the summit with a game in hand.
Cork boss John Caulfield says they’re determined to keep battling to defend their crown
Kick-off is at 7.15pm.
Basement side Bray host Limerick in a meeting of the bottom two.