ROSS WALLACE is the only St Mirren player to have featured in a major cup final but sees no reason why the rest of the squad shouldn’t get to enjoy that experience this season too.

Wallace lifted both the League Cup and the Scottish Cup with Celtic at the start of his career. And he knows from experience, anything is possible.

“I have a few cup winner’s medals from sneaking off the bench,” he said. “I played in the League Cup final when Celtic beat Dunfermline 3-0 in 2006, and Martin O’Neill sent me on as a substitute when we won the Scottish Cup final against them two years earlier.

“Those days were brilliant and I don’t see why we can’t have them at St Mirren.

“We’re talking about one-off games – win on Saturday and we’re in the semi-finals and then anything can happen.

“The result against Motherwell has given everyone a big lift and we’ll try and take that result into the tie against Aberdeen.”